|wrote on 01.11.11 at 18:23|
|Firstly, I love the program, great work! Secondly, my German is a bit rusty after 50 years out of country, so I apologize if this question is answered elsewhere, however a scan of "cutposition" got zero hits, therefore…|
I would love to use the in-program editting function, but it does not work logically, in my opinion. If I "set cutpositions" it will save the area between them. Should it not cut the area between them?
Let me explain by example… I have set the streams to add 1 sec silence at beginning/end of tracks. If I have a song that runs into my track, I should be able to select the point after my 1 sec of silence to the end of the rogue song, and delete it. There is no way to delete a part of a recorded track, so I always lose the sec of silence at the start/end. Or is there a way I can re-add the silence? Or am I just missing something?
|wrote on 01.11.11 at 18:40|
I agree with you that the behaviour of the editing function is arguable, but it was designed to remove junk at the beginning/end, and that's what it does.
To solve your problem do the following: Use the cut function to remove everything at the beginning/end (including the added silence). Then click on the button in the toolbar which has the lightning icon. A new windows appears where you can apply the post-processing effects to the file you are currently editing.
|LG/Best regards, Alex|
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|wrote on 02.11.11 at 03:02|
|Ah, that is both simple and elegant. The more I use this program, the more I appreciate it. Time to donate…|
Thanks for the quick response.
|wrote on 12.11.11 at 19:54|
|This is for the benefit of anyone else that may be reading this thread because they are having trouble with "cutpositions". Alex has actually made it quite complete with post-processing, but I came across another feature that I discovered by accident…|
When you are in a cut tab and in play mode to determine where to cut a song, you can "freeze" the cursor position with a right-click of the mouse, then "set cutpositions" to the cursor line. That's much easier than trying to eyeball the position, as I was doing.
Brilliant, just brilliant.