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how to - Multitrack - Each track with own timing and lasting?

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Feb 08, 2023 Feb 08, 2023

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Hi everyone,


I'm using Adobe Audition to edit my voice recordings.

I recorded a script for a meditative purpose on one single file.

I now need to cut this file into many small files (1 line per file).

Therefore i'm using the multitrack tool to edit my large file and cut it into many different tracks to export each one separately at the end.


However, my problem now is that each exported file (each tracks) have the same duration. Even if in Audition, one line is lasting 1 sec, and the longest is lasting around 23 secondes. Each exported files will last 23 sec in the end and i'd love to have each file lasting his own duration. For example Track 1 is lasting 2 secondes in Audition, Track 2 is lasting 5 secondes and Track 3 23 secondes, i need to have Track 1 lasting 2 secondes when exported, Track 2 lasting 5 seconds when exported and Track 3 23 seconds when exported.


Is there any option or setting i'm missing? Could you please help me on that matter?


Thanks!

PS: I Tried to be as clear as possible, but it might be hard to follow.

 

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Feb 08, 2023 Feb 08, 2023

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Unfortunately, this is what Multitrack does with exports like that. No I don't know why, but it's always been that way.

 

The usual approach to doing this is to make a copy of your original file, and mark up the copy in Waveform view. If you create a marker range around each bit you want to save, and give it a name. You can then use the Batch Processor option in the Markers panel to output each range you've selected to its own file, using the name you gave it when you selected it.

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Feb 09, 2023 Feb 09, 2023

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Hello,

 

thanks a lot you help and reply. I'll try your solutioin and see if that fix my problem, or i'll look for another solution.

 

Thanks again, have a nice day!

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It works!

I'll use this instead of the multitrack tool. Thanks again!

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