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best work flow to follow when working in long audio file

Postby MGadAllah » Thu Aug 29, 2013 1:56 pm

hello,
the current project we are making as i've mentioned before is including recording broadcasting radio streaming.
we've the time table for 24 hours of the radio streaming.
we must edit and cut the streaming to take off or out episodes and different shows.
i start to record the streaming in computer as fine and recording the full day 24 hours continuously each day with a .ts container and the file is about 1.62 GB.
what i do so far is importing the .ts file into sony sound forge and open the .doc that include the time table for the broadcasting side by side.
then i start to navigate by the mouse according to the table.
the table include the following items for each episode:-
- starting time. - ending time. - duration. -title.
it is consuming a very long time to navigate along the file using the mouse.
so i'd like to ask for your ideas for how to save time during exploring the file and allocating different episodes.
i've realized many things in the help but i can not make the best use of it due to lack of information.
thanks a lot
mohamed.
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Re: best work flow to follow when working in long audio file

Postby Steve Grisetti » Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:21 am

That sounds very challenging and it is a definitely a lot of work, Mohamed! Unfortunately, I don't know any other way to do what you're doing. Sorry.
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Re: best work flow to follow when working in long audio file

Postby MGadAllah » Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:27 am

Steve Grisetti wrote:That sounds very challenging and it is a definitely a lot of work
Yes it is indeed.
I've started to study the Using Markers, Regions, and Commands from the help file in the sound forge which says these statements on the 1st few lines :-
"Markers and regions serve as reference points along the timeline. You can use markers for annotations, to insert metadata commands, or for MIDI triggers."
And I will share my experience here with you in case any other want make the best use of it.

My only problem is the terms and I am trying to understand it so I can find my way out.
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