Some audio software will permit you to grab a bunch of files and drop
them together into a timeline. Samplitude does that and the consumer
Magix (parent company of Samplitude/Sequoia) PhotoStory allows you to do
that for images. So I do not know how far down the line that works in
the Magix packages. Other software packages may do that.
In Samplitude, when I select multiple files at File>Open, it comes up
with a dialogue asking if I want to load the files into individual
tracks in the virtual project OR one after the other. I believe it is
Worth a try.
On 2014-06-13 11:05 AM, CJB wrote:
> A friend has burnt some home-recorded audio tracks onto DVDs. The DVDs
> are acting as Audio CDs and the audio tracks are recorded as small CDA
> files. I am trying to rip the DVDs to my hard-drive and then convert
> them to WAV & MP3 formats. However the s/w I'm using NCH Express CD
> Ripper doesn't recognise the disks - it is expecting CDs not DVDs -
> although the DVDs are in normal Audio CD format.
> NCH Switch Sound Converter will read the DVDs and extract the audio
> files, and it can then convert them to say WAV / MP3. BUT the audio
> tracks themselves are numerous with fairly arbitrary breaks so I also
> need to join them all up into one long track. I don't relish doing
> that with Audacity using copy and paste editing!!
> Please can anyone advise. many thanks - Chris B.
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Aurora, Ontario, Canada 647 479 2800
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