Also, PACKT Publishing has released
a new book about Audacity "Getting
started with Audacity 1.3"
by Bethany Hiitola. PACKT operate an Open Source
Royalty Scheme, and every sale of the new Audacity
book will directly benefit the project.
Changes and improvements:
- A hover tooltip is now provided if the Mixer
Toolbar input selector cannot control the system
slider for the selected input.
- More intuitive behavior when moving and
resizing labels by dragging.
- Support added for importing lists of files (LOF)
containing relative paths.
- Export Multiple: new option to use a
numerical prefix before existing label or track
names; "Success" dialog now resizable.
- New Equalization preset "Inverse RIAA", with
new button to invert other curves.
- Timer Record now remembers last scheduled
- Meter Toolbar can now be made much narrower,
and so more suitable for vertical orientation.
- New Preferences choice for "System" language
which is used on first run instead of asking
user to choose language.
- Warning now provided if WAV/AIFF exports are
not successfully completed.
- (Linux) Improved icon set in compliance with
freedesktop.org Icon Theme Specification 0.6.
Imports and Exports:
- AAC files could not be exported at 48000 Hz.
- When importing multiple native file formats
using FFmpeg, all files after the first reverted
to using the native importer.
- FFmpeg custom export window too large on 800
x 600 resolution monitors.
- Projects froze if files imported via
On-Demand were no longer available.
- (Linux) WAV/AIFF exports were corrupted if
overwriting an aliased file which had been
imported using the command line.
- Cutting or deleting a region in the waveform
and label track did not move the labels in
advance of the cut.
- Incorrect behavior snapping to labels and
boundaries with Snap To enabled.
- Labels can now be reversed if included with
the audio selection using the command line.
Other bug fixes:
- When using non-English languages, Generate
effects truncated the selected region.
- Mice with high-precision scroll-wheels could
cause a crash.
- Changing recording preferences using the
Transport menu did not update the menu in other
- (Windows 7) Clicking in a file open or save
dialog caused files or folders to disappear from
the list, and file filtering was broken.
Audacity is a free wave (audio)