Tutorial of AudioRecorder
Interface of Macsome AudioEditor
This section of the Help gives details on what each piece of Macsome Audio Editor does.
The main window seen above houses all of Masome Audio Editor's main settings. From here, all of Macsome's primary controls can be accessed.
Select & Play Controls List: Use Select & Play Controls to select portions of audio. This audio can then be cropped around, cut, or faded.
- Start -> Select the start of playing audio.
- End -> Select the End of playing audio.
- Rewind-> Move to the previous frame of playing audio.
- Play/Stop ->Click this button to start playing the opened audio file. Once the movie started playing, "Play" button will change its state to "Pause", and it can be in line with the Start & End button to select portions of audio.
- Fast forward ->Move to the next frame of playing audio.
- Volume control ->Adjust the output volume during playback.
Editing controls List: Editing controls enable you to remove and adjust audio as described below.
- Crop -> Crop removes all the audio outside of the current selection, leaving only the selected audio.
- Del -> Clicking Del will remove the selected audio.
- Increa -> Increa will increase audio's volume over the entire selection.
- Decrea -> Decrease audio's volume over the entire selection.
- Fadein -> Fade audio in over the entire selection, ramping up the volume to the end of the selection.
- Fadeout-> Fade audio out over the entire selection, ramping down the volume to the end of the selection.
- Zoom ->To adjust the zoom level of the main waveform, use the zoom slider. Clicking the - or the + buttons on the end will zoom out or in by one step, respectively.
Open & Save audio files
- Open ->Click Open button, you may import an audio file into Masome Audio Editor.
- Save -> Click Save button, open the Save dialog to save the audio out. Save Panel enables lossless saving, as well as saving in other formats.
- Info ->Click Info button, you may see complete information about the edited audio file.
Format - Adjust the Format pulldown for the output audio format, it includes MP3, AAC, WAV.
Bitrate - The audio bitrate determines the amount of information stored in the audio. A higher bitrate will result in clearer audio, but comes at the expense of file size.
Bitrate Type - The type including Constant Bitrate, Variable Bitrate. Choose Variable Bitrate, it means the bitrate is variable, and the least bitrate is what you choosed on the Bitrate option.
Sample Rate - The audio sample rate determines the "resolution" of the audio. The higher the sampling rate is, the clearer the audio is. However, this comes at an expense of a bigger file size.
Channels - The audio channel determines Mono, Stereo and Joint Stereo three channels, so if you want mono channel, please choose it.