With the focus in the Audio pane the Audio Side Bar is visible down the right hand side.
Depending on your screen size you may not have all options visible on your screen. You can minimise the different part by clicking on the arrow next to the heading or drag the separating lines to reduce or expand the individual sections as required. You can also use the down arrow at the bottom to scroll down to the bottom of the Side Bar.
Side Bar Title
This shows which side bar you are currently viewing.
Clicking in a pane changes the side bar to the one relevant to that pane. You can use click on the different tabs to select a different Side Bar, even if the pane with focus is something different. This allows you to edit a different pane to the one you are currently working in.
Colour Key Template
You can set up colour key templates to help you work with your audio. These allow you to change the colours available to you and also allows you to edit the short text associated with each colour; in the image above the 'Default' template has been selected where colouring a chunk red would indicate something that is 'Important'.
You can use pick Colour Key's from the drop down menu at the top of the Side Bar and use the 'Edit Colour key' button to add, edit or remove colour keys.
See Colour Key Templates for more information.
This shows you your key for colouring audio chunks.
The numbers are your short cut keys while you are working in the Audio Pane (if you are not in the Audio Pane then the short cut becomes CMD Alt + number key)
With the cursor inside a chunk or with several chunks selected, clicking these will change the colours of the chunks.
This shows you your key for colouring sections.
The numbers are your short cut keys while you are working in the Audio Pane (if you are not in the Audio Pane then the short cut becomes CMD Alt Shift + number key)
1. Continuous colouring - This is only available during Live Recording (and is on by default). With the box ticked Audio Notetaker will continue to colour audio chunks in your selected colour. You can return to the default colour by selecting the colour a second time or choosing 'Default audio colour' or pressing the shortcut key 0.
To stop continuous colouring un-check the tick box.
2. Default audio colour - This will change the colour of the selected chunk(s) to the default colour (light blue, unless changed in the options menu).
3. Default section colour - This will change the colour of the selected section(s) to the default colour (light blue, unless changed in the options menu).
Audio Editing Options
1. Split chunk will separate a single chunk of audio into two. You can also do this with the gaps in between chunks!
2. Merge chunks will combine two chunks into one. (You can only merge chunks that are next to each other (and un-edited) in the original audio
3. Trim silence - With multiple chunks selected this will reduce any silences (gaps between chunks).
General Editing Options
The final buttons allow you to perform simple actions on your audio: cut, copy, paste and delete.
Text Side Bar
Images Side Bar
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone UK: 0113 8150222
- Phone US: +1.202.657.4332