[Ardour-Users] oops-anoying window
Harry Van Haaren
harryhaaren at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 12:57:48 PST 2011
I don't quite understand what your asking... there's quite a couple of
Perhaps the following will help:
There are several pages at that link that show how to export either a
session, a region etc
On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 8:46 PM, Jonathan Goodman <jgoodman at 012.net.il>wrote:
> I'm running adrourgtk2. on lucid 10.04. When I wanted to export a song I
> had edited and was now composed of about 11 objects only the first
> object exported. So I tried to bounce the whole song and received 11
> bounces in the regions window-something I didn't want. I wanted to get
> one single bounce and export that.
> I then deleted the bounces from the regions window, closed the program
> and went to the file browser and deleted the bounces. It seems that this
> was a mistake because when I opened the file again I received an error
> message saying cannot find bounces 1-11.
> I also took as an experiment one of the bounces from the regions pane
> and put it onto a track then deleted it. In this error window it also
> said that there was a missing object which will be replaced with
> silence-but I deleted it from the project.
> 1)How can I export an edited section as one piece without selecting it
> as a region and letting ardour copy and export it in real time?
> 2)How can I bounce 11 etc. regions into one file?
> 3)How can I delete unwanted files from the project directory without
> receiving this window?
> 4) How can I get rid of this window?
> I am a nubie with ardour because I'm doing it on Linux for a Linux
> person who is not able to access his computer at the moment.
> I'm a long time Samplitude audio editor and these things operate
> I thank you in advance for any help you can give.
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