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ExportingExporting audio ► Exporting clips

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Choose File > Export > Audio to open the Export Audio dialog box.
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Under Filename and Location, enter a filename and select a destination folder.
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If no clip name is assigned, the exported file will be named Untitled Clip. For example, Untitled Clip.wav.
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Under What to Export, click Source Category and select Clips.
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Under Format, select the desired file format from the File Type drop-down list:
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Under Mix and Render, select the elements you want to include in the export.
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If you want to save the settings you created in the Export Audio dialog box, type a name in the Preset box, then press ENTER or click the Create Preset button .
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Click Export.
You can tell Cakewalk to automatically add a specific amount of time to each exported clip. To specify how much time to add to all exported clips to accommodate effect tails, go to Edit > Preferences > File - Audio Data and specify the global Clip Tail Duration N Seconds value. Set the value high enough to allow for any delay or reverb or other effect that you may have patched into a track.
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