Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Using markers to autosplit files in Adobe Audition, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- A very common task in eLearning asset creation…is the creation of multiple audio files…that will be played back to your learner…when appropriate in your lesson.…This may be a task that you take on yourself…or you hire out to a professional voiceover talent.…In this episode of Training Tips Weekly,…I'm going to show you how to use a hidden feature…of Adobe Audition to automate this process for you.…And this tip works equally well on both…Windows and Mac versions of nearly every version…of Adobe Audition.…
Let's begin by looking at the script.…When you prepare to record your file,…make sure that you combine the scripts…for each audio clip that you need to record…into a single script, but use some kind of notation…to let you know where each subscript begins and ends.…Now a great way to do this is to add an extra line…of centered text in all caps, with the name…of each new segment.…Then, record your read-through, and be sure to pause…after you read each segment.…Then, read the name of the new segment, then pause again,…
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