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Join Date: Apr 2010
Re: How to export the audio from iMovie to Audacity
II - Get the file in Audacity:
III - Retrieve file its refinement in iMovie:
- Launch Audacity
- Project menu -> Import Audio.
- Choose the Quicktime that you saved on the desktop.
- You can at this stage manipulate and edit your sound (Inaudible passages raise) y add effects, tracks Additional etc. Then you must export the tracks to AIFF or (format accepted by iMovie).
- File -> Export as AIFF (If at this stage you do not see the option AIFF export, it will go into preferences
- Audacity -> Preferences , in the preference window click on tab "File formats" and in the drop-down menu choose "AIFF (Apple / SGI 16 bit PCM) and click OK. )
- Click Save.
- This file that you just edit with Audacity can be directly drag & drop on a sound track iMovie..
- You can also file this file in Itunes Library (Library Itunes). In this case you will have the file from iMovie by clicking Audio on the speaker.
- My tests this manip works the sound is embedded or extracted from your video clips.
- Be careful not to change the length of your band sound so it does not have too much problem sync sound + image in finalizing the draft iMovie.
- This approach allows any work beyond the two audio tracks:
- Track 1 and 2 exported in a single file that is put back on track is a release and then track 2, etc. ...
- Also in Audacity you can add as many tracks as you want and export a stereo AIFF file.