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How to Export Audio Video Tutorial

Video Tutorial: How to Export Audio
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How to Export Audio
Welcome to the tutorial on how to export an audio production as a file in RecordForAll.

The first step is to run the program, so, find the icon on your desktop and double click on it.

If you're using the trial version, you'll see this prompt.

To purchase the program, left click on the buy Full Version Now button.

To continue with the trial, left click on the Continue button.

Once in the program, find the current playlist on the right hand side.

You'll first need to build a playlist.

For more information on how to build a playlist, please watch our Playlist tutorials on our website,

Once you've made your playlist, click on the Export button in the upper right hand corner of the playlist.

When you do, the program will ask if you want to export the playlist as an audio file or if you want to export the playlist to your iPod or other portable device.

For the purposes of this tutorial, select the first option and click on OK.

In the Export Playlist to Files box, you'll need to select a directory to export to, give the file a name, select the audio type, and also select the audio format.

To select a directory, click on the dropdown arrow next to Save In and browse to the location you wish to save.

In the File Name field, enter the name for this audio file.

While you can name the file whatever you please, it's generally a good idea to name it something simple and obvious, like the title of the production or episode.

In the Save as type list, we currently have three options: mp3, wave, and WMA.

After selecting the type, select the format.

The format determines the quality of the audio.

CD Quality is 256Kbps. Radio quality, for example, is 64Kbps.

The quality will be a factor in how large the end audio file is.

After selecting your preferences, left click on the Save button and the program will begin exporting your production to an audio file.

This concludes the tutorial on how to export an audio production as a file in RecordforAll. For more tutorials, including how to create a playlist and add sound effects and transitions to your audio productions, please visit our website, .


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