On our backup production computer, we have Adobe Audition CS5.5, which I am not familar with . . . and the volunteer that use it is gone.
So I have a question. After I have edited 5 20 minute lectures, and I want to save them from an mp3 to a wav, I can't find a place to "save all as" or "batch" them. Is there a function that would allow me to save them all as wavs, instead of having to save them one at a time?
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There is a way - but quite frankly it's more complicated than just saving the five files. You'd have to concatenate them all into one file, with each separate one having a marker range with its name as the range name. Then, if you selected all the ranges in the Markers panel, you could batch-export them. But for files the size and number you have, it's really not worth the effort, because it will take you longer to set this up than doing straightforward saves ever would.