I'm launching an online course. Can the audio portion be separated so that clients can listen to lessons with0ut being on their computers ?

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I want to offer audio downloads to my clients.  Can the audio track to my video powerpoint presentation be saved in a separate file?
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Nancy

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Bill Coughlin

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sure under the Share button is save as MP3 audio only
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Rick Stone

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Unless, of course, you are using Camtasia 9, in which case MP3 isn't really an option. For Camtasia 9 you produce as M4A Audio Only.

Cheers... Rick :)
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Hey Rick, in CS9, if you share/export audio, you get a WAV file; I find it faster than going the produce route ...
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Rick Stone

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Cool! Appreciate the tip!
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Thank you!
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I must have missed this post and yes I would agree with kayakman (Bob) I do the same if I want just the audio and it is in the .WAV Format and if I plan on sharing it somewhere for a download so users can listen to it later I use Adobe Audition but Audacity will do the same thing and is a free audio editing software application. So I would use Audacity and then open/import the .WAV File into it do any editing to the audio if necessary and save it as an .mp3 file/format for a smaller file size so it does not take up as much space.

This is just the way I do it and others may do it differently just wanted to share my input with you all too. It was a great tip from kayakman to Rick. Have a great day/night.

Cheers ~ Fred.