1. Just click the Import button on the toolbar (it’s the square with the arrow going in) and select ‘Import Audio’ from the drop down list. (Audio is converted to the Opus format by default, you can turn this off in Options and you can set the quality of the conversion using Audio Quality on this dropdown menu).
2. Choose ‘Import Audio Files’ from the File Menu. Press Alt to bring up the traditional Windows Menus.
3. Simply use the shortcut keys CTRL+k
4. From the Home Tab go to New Project -> Import Audio
All you have to do then is choose the file you want to import and select Open.
Supported Audio File Formats
If you have used index marks in your recording then Audio Notetaker will create a new section for every mark.
You can import multiple files at the same time. Audio Notetaker will add them to your document in the order that they have been recorded.
By default we convert all audio files to the opus format on import. You can switch this off by going to APP Menu (green button top left) -> System -> Settings -> Audio Files Tab.
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