The Export module provides a fast and simple way to publish the current project as one or more audio files to your BandLab account. It also provides a convenient way to export the entire project or only the selected clips and tracks in various audio formats.
Figure 16. Export module sizes.Right-click the Control Bar and select Modules > Export.Figure 17. The Export module.A. Export button B. Export the entire project C. Export only selected clips and tracks/buses D. Duration of project E. Duration of selection
Export. Click to open the Export menu, which contains the following export options:
BandLab. Publish the current project to your BandLab library. This command opens the Publish to BandLab dialog box, which lets you specify a project name and whether to export a full mix, individual tracks, or individual bus outputs. For details, see To publish to BandLab and Publish to BandLab dialog.
Audio. Use this submenu to export to any of the following audio formats:
AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format). Export the entire mix in AIFF format, with the file extension .aiff.
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec). Export the entire mix in FLAC format, with the file extension .flac.
MP3 (MPEG-2 Audio Layer III). Export the entire mix in MP3 format, with the file extension .mp3.
OGG (Ogg Vorbis). Export the entire mix in OGG format, with the file extension .ogg.
WAV (Waveform Audio File Format). Export the entire mix in WAV format, with the file extension .wav.
WMA (Windows Media Audio). Export the entire mix in WMA format, with the file extension .wma.
Other. Use this submenu to export to any of the following formats:
Presets. This submenu lists all available audio export presets. You can create your own custom presets in the Export Audio dialog box, which can be accessed from File >Export >Audio), or by selecting Advanced in the Export module menu. A preset contains all the settings within the Bounce Settings and File Type fields in the Export Audio dialog box. For details, see Export Audio dialog.
Note: The [All] preset has been renamed to Master Mix - What You Hear w/64 bit engine, and the [None] preset has been renamed to Master Mix - No Automation/FX.
Project. Export the entire project. The large Export module shows the full project duration.
Selection. Export only the selected clips and tracks or buses. The large Export module shows the duration of the current selection.
1. In the Control Bar’s Export module, select either Project or Selection to specify if you want to publish the entire project, or only selected clips and tracks.If you want to publish individual tracks or buses, and the project contains more than 12 tracks or buses, you must select Selection and manually select the tracks or buses you want to export.
2. Click the Export button, then select BandLab to open the Publish to BandLab dialog box.
Project Name. Specify the name of the project as you want it to appear in BandLab. By default, the name is inherited from the Cakewalk project name.
Mix. Publish the entire mix as a single track.
Tracks. Publish individual tracks, up to a maximum of 12 tracks. If the project contains more than 12 tracks, you must select Selection in the Export module and manually select the tracks you want to export.
Buses. Publish bus outputs, up to a maximum of 12 buses. If the project contains more than 12 buses, you must select Selection in the Export module and manually select the buses you want to export, along with the audio tracks that feed the buses. For details, see Bus selection and Select tracks/buses that are assigned to a specific bus.
4. Click OK.The project is exported to the C:\Users\<user name>\Documents\BandLab\Uploads folder. BandLab Assistant (see BandLab Assistant) detects any new or updated folder and files, and automatically uploads them to your BandLab library.
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