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AVS Audio Editor

Application Button

Application buttonThe Application button located in the top left corner of the AVS Audio Editor Main Window is a part of the program interface that gets you to a special menu containing available operations with files (corresponds more or less to the File section of the classic menu).

Clicking this button will display a menu with the following elements:

Button/Field Description
New... button
Use it to create a new audio file.
Open... button
Use it to open an existing audio file. When you load a file for editing, AVS Audio Editor converts the audio file type to its own internal temporary file type for faster editing and better handling of larger file sizes.
Import from Video button
Import from Video
Use it to import the audio track(s) of a video file into the program.
Grab from CD button
Grab from CD
Use it to grab an audio CD and add the grabbed tracks to the program.
Save button
Use it to save the active audio file with its current file name and location.
Save as... button
Save as...
Use it to save the active audio file with a different file name and/or location, in a different file format.
Save All button
Save All
Use it to save all the changes to all the opened edited files.
Info/Tags button
Use it to view the available audio file information and modify audio tags.
Close button
Use it to close the currently opened edited file.
Close All button
Close All
Use it to close all the opened edited files.
Use it to display the list of five most recently loaded files.
Preferences... button
Use it to view and edit the program settings.
Exit button
Use it to close AVS Audio Editor.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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