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What file formats can I export?

Last Updated: Feb 14, 2019 01:13PM GMT
You can export in a number of ways from Audio Notetaker. Where you are exporting audio then you can choose whether to export with the playback settings (volume, speed and Noise Cancellation) applied or not.

Text and Images – Export as Rich Text Format (RTF)

This allows you to export all text (Notes and Reference Pane) and images to a Rich Text Format file, which can be opened in your word processing software.

If you are using a Mac then including images will create either an RTFd file (best for Mac applications) or an RTF file (best for Word).

Click the export button and choose ‘Text and Images’

You can select which panes you want to export, choose where you want to save the file.

Audio As Album
This exports your audio into files that can be played on your mobile phone or music player. If you use an Apple device then you can also use the Export to ITunes option (see below).
The Audio in the audio pane will be exported as a wma file (Windows) or m4a file (Mac), unless the original audio was recorded as mp3 or m4a.
A folder will be created with the same title as your Audio Notetaker file. Each section will be an individual track, named from your Text Pane and the image pane will be added as track artwork.

Album to iTunes

This option exports your audio files and imports them directly into iTunes. 
You can then view the files in Itunes on your iphone, ipad or ipod.
The track Name will come from your Text Pane, with the whole Text Pane and Reference Pane becoming the lyrics for the track, and the image will be set as the artwork.

Selected Audio

If you select any or all of the chunks in the Audio Pane, you can save them to a single audio file.
You can either save them as m4a, opus or wav and with Windows as wma (mp3 is available only if the original audio is mp3, and you haven't converted the file during import).

By selecting all the audio, this command allows you to use Audio Notetaker as an audio editor, as you can save to (and overwrite) the original audio file name. Of course you should never try to do this if you have set your Embedded/Linked setting to Linked.
If you choose wav as your export format, you will get a 16-bit PCM file, even if your original recording was in a compressed or 24-bit PCM wav format. This exporting system gives maximum compatibility with other programs, including dictation software. 

Audio and Images as Video
(Only available in Windows)

This will create an mp4 or wmv video file containing your audio with each associated image. 


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