The "Preserve Non-Audio Data" Option is available in RX5. You may have
to "Export" the file to see it. It is one of the choices available along
with BWF, etc. I suspect that Sound Forge may be stripping the metadata
that you have entered. You can use BWF MetaEdit as a last step when you
are done with the file. BWF MetaEdit is free and available at
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 3/21/2018 3:46 PM, Steve Smolian wrote:
> Hi, Lou,
> I can only do BWF in RX5. If what you point out is new in 6, I will
> upgrade. Thanks for the tip.
> P.S. I also expect to move that source data into a spreadsheet or database
> from SF with links to play the files when the work is completed.. I haven't
> figured out how to do that yet.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Metadata
> When exporting from RX6, there is a checkbox option to "preserve non-audio
> data" Do you get that in RX5? Does it help?
> also check BWV box.
> How excatly are you bringing it back? If using RX Connect, mayne try
> openingthem directly in RX instead.
> Hope this helps! I use RX6Advanced, so forget what is in the plain version.
> Lou Judson
> Intuitive Audio
> On Mar 21, 2018, at 10:51 AM, Steve Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> When I fill in this data in SF, it shows up when I open the file again
>> and even if I change something in the sound file. But when I send it
>> to RX5 and bring it back, that info disappears.
>> By the time I've done with RX5ing it, the source disc may have been
>> disposed of, so I need to enter that data when the SF file is fresh.