Favorites are combinations of effects, fades, and amplitude adjustments that you can save and quickly reapply to any file or selection in the Waveform Editor. The Favorites menu lists some defaults to get you started, plus any additional favorites you create.
To assign favorites to keyboard shortcuts, see Customize shortcuts.
Batch process files
Batch process groups of files to quickly apply favorite processing, resample, or save to a new format. Quickly automate common tasks like exporting to mp3 format or applying identical effects to related files.
In the Batch Process panel, click the Add Files button to browse to files on your system. (To quickly add all open files, choose File > Save All Audio as Batch Process.)
By default, batch processing is limited to three files at a time for optimal performance. To process more files, change the value for Maximum Number Of Concurrent File Processes in the Data preferences.
To learn more about the different batch processing filename templates, read this blog post by Durin Gleaves.
Specifies the file format. The Format Settings area below indicates data compression and storage modes; to adjust these, click Change. (See Audio format settings.)
Indicates the sample rate and bit depth. To customize these options, click Change. (See Convert the sample rate of a file.)
New Sample Type
Indicates the sample rate and bit depth after export. If source files have varying sample types, click the pop-up menu to see how each file will be converted. (The menu does not apply conversion options; to adjust those, click Change for Sample Type.)
Remove Files from Panel After Completion
Removes filenames from the Batch Process panel after export.