Export Audio, Captions, or a Script from Audiate

Learn how to export audio, captions, or a script to use in other applications.

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In this tutorial:

Export Audio

Save the audio from your recording as a .wav, .mp3, or .m4a file.

  1. Select Export button > Export to File. To export a portion of the audio, click and drag to select the desired audio and select File menu > Export Selection > Export Selection as Audio.
  2. Select a file format and customize the settings or select a preset or user preset from the dropdown and click OK.
    Export to File dialog Presets in Export to File dialog

    Tip: Save your export settings as a preset

    In the Export to File dropdown, select Save Preset. Enter a preset name and click OK.
    Audiate saves the export settings as a preset. Select File > Export Audio > Export to File dropdown menu > User Presets to export with these settings.

  3. The Save As dialog appears. Enter a file name.
  4. Select a location.
  5. Click Save.

Tip: Export directly to Camtasia

To export audio directly to TechSmith Camtasia to start a new video project, select Export > Export to Camtasia.

Export Script or Captions

Save the Audiate script for use as captions or subtitles in another application or hosting service.

  1. To export the entire script, select File menu > Export Script. To export a selection, click and drag to select the desired text from the script and select File menu > Export Selection > Export Selection as Script.
  2. Enter a file name.
  3. Select a location and file type.
  4. Click Save.

Tip: Export as an SRT file to preserve timing

Select the SRT file type to include time stamps in your file. Applications such as Camtasia and hosting services such as YouTube use the time stamps to automatically align captions and subtitles with audio.