PC - Blurring sensitive information and lossless audio

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Firstly, I need to be able to export the audio in a lossless format, as I process my audio files in Adobe Audition.  I could use another audio recorder I guess, but that seems like a bad idea (it used to work). 

Secondly, when showing certain screens there are usually bits of information that I would like to blur out - such as login names, IP addresses etc.  Again, I'm really surprised that this feature does not seem to be in the PC version.  Is this something you are doing (or is there a third party product that would do it)?  I've been creating my own .PNG masks - but it makes the app feel clunky.

Don't get me wrong - it's come a long, long way since I last used it.

All the best,

Andy
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You can export audio to .wav from the timeline. If you have multiple tracks of audio, you should disable all but one track at a time.Or you will export all tracks as one.Click the eyeball to disable tracks.



There is a Blur and Pixelate callout available. It's Kind of hidden in the menus.

Regards,Joe

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That's why although I've bought the upgrade to 9, I still use 8 as things such as Blur and Pixelate are obvious and easy to find
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I don't like it when things have been moved, but once I know where they.I know where they are.

 I don't condemn myself to using 32 bit version 8 over 64 bit version 9.Not over something like that.

Regards,Joe
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Change is a strange creature. It even makes folks that embrace it and are instigators of it uncomfortable. 

Cheers... Rick :)
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Thank you so much for coming back to me......I'd just found the blur function about 5 mins before I got your response (typical :O).  However, I can't locate an export function for WAV format audio.
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It's under the Share Tab.
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Dohhhhh!  Thanks again Joe.
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Joe Morgan

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Plus, there's a drop down in windows file explorer.It may be set to m4a by default.