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AVS Audio Editor
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AVS Audio Editor
Current Version:  8.3.2.515
Release Date:  01/13/2017
File Size:
29.83 MB

Setting Markers

The markers can be used to mark some moment in the audio to quickly return to it later or mark a selection to quickly copy or delete it.

The current version of AVS Audio Editor allows you to either mark the necessary parts manually or set them automatically based on time or silence detection.

To set markers automatically:

  • click the Auto Markers Auto Markers button button on the Edit Tab.
  • in the Auto Markers window switch between tabs to select the appropriate option:
    • The Time tab is used to set markers based on time. You can either set a new marker at the selected time interval measured in hours:minutes:seconds.milliseconds using the Time Intervals option or specify the number of parts you wish to divide your audio into checking the Equal Parts option.

    Auto Markers window. Time tab.

    • The Silence tab is used to set markers based on silence detection. The audio below the specified threshold for more than the specified time of the signal reduction will be considered silence. The parameters to be set before starting the search are: Silence is below in dB and Attenuation Time in ms.

    Auto Markers window. Silence tab.

    If necessary, you can enable the Warn me that ... new markers are found option. In this case the marking process will stop as soon as the specified marker number is reached and you will decide whether to continue the searching process or not.

  • click the Start Marking button to launch the process.

    The searching progress bar will be displayed. You can always cancel this process using the appropriate button below the progress bar.

To set markers manually:

  • click with the left mouse button within the Waveform Display where you want to set a marker;
  • press the Add Marker Add Marker button button on the Edit Tab.
    or
  • double-click the left mouse button within the gray bar between the Display Range Bar and Waveform Display (where the mouse standard cursor changes into a hand):

Setting a marker

The same way a marker for a selection can be set. To do that either select a part of the audio with the mouse and click the Add Marker Add Marker button button on the Edit Tab. Or make a selection and double-click the left mouse button within it on the gray bar between the Display Range Bar and Waveform Display (where the mouse standard cursor changes into a hand):

Setting a marker on a selection

The set marker will have two boundaries - the first marking the beginning and the second the end of the selection.

Download AVS Audio Editor Current Version:  8.3.2.515File Size: 29.83 MB

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