If you are concerned, you don't need to delete them, just try moving
them to a different directory, or removable media perhaps, so that they
can be restored if you determine that you do need them.
On 3/4/2011 4:21 PM, Rob DeLand wrote:
> 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