[Ardour-Users] oops-anoying window

Dragan Noveski perodog at gmx.net
Thu Feb 3 13:31:01 PST 2011

On 03.02.2011 22:08, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
> On 02/03/2011 09:46 PM, Jonathan Goodman wrote:
>> 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?
> select the range you want to export. then
> "session" -> "export selected range to audiofile"
>> 2)How can I bounce 11 etc. regions into one file?
> what exactly do you want? an 11-channel file? probably not. if you 
> want to bounce the mixed-down result, see 1).
> if you want to concatenate 11 mono regions, your easiest option is to 
> create a new track, copy the regions there in the correct order, 
> select the whole range, and export that.
>> 3)How can I delete unwanted files from the project directory without
>> receiving this window?
> you go to the "regions" pane (in the editor window, on the right), 
> select a region, right-click "remove". after you've removed all the 
> regions you're sure you don't need,
> "session" -> "clean up unused sources"
> heed the warning about snapshots which you will see.
> then, all unused sounds are in the dead_sounds folder, which you can 
> empty manually. the "flush wastebasket" option seems to be disabled, 
> can't say why.

when you next time start the same session, this function will be enabled.
at least, that is how i know this feature works.
it is just to prevent user to accidentally delete some files.

>> 4) How can I get rid of this window?
> since the files are now missing, remove the references as described in 
> 3).
>> 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
>> differently.
>> I thank you in advance for any help you can give.
> welcome. hope you enjoy ardour!
> best,
> jörn

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