Delete them and see what happens! I believe this is the main data you have
created, so you'll not want to do that more than once! If you prefer, you
can always save as WAV and preserve that instead (or "too"). I wonder why
they designed it this way - to save the entire project on 1MB floppies??
I've been doing the same thing, and for me a typical LP can create 300-400
of these little files. Thank goodness they put them all into a separate
folder for you. Also, make sure you don't rename that folder or the main
project file, or Audacity won't be able to reopen your project.
On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Frances, Melodie <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> We use Audacity to convert our reel to reel tapes into digital files. We
> recently noticed that there are a bunch of extra files that end in .auf
> They are all about 1000 KB and have a name along the lines of b02720.
> There are TONS of these files. We are wondering what they are and if it is
> safe to delete them or not?
> Melodie Frances