Returning to our Zetta “Back to Basics” Series, this week’s RCS Live was all about configuring, importing and exporting your audio. We broke down some of the important settings, all the ways users can import audio, and finally we demonstrated one of the hidden ways to export audio.
You may have heard the phrase, “Zetta is a modern piece of radio automation software in which users can add MP3, WAV, ACC files, automatically set the Trim In, Trim Out and Segue points, save them as a default audio format and then perform nondestructive normalization.” In this video, we broke down what that means. Under the Configuration | System, users can define their Marks Analysis from the Audio Processing tab, including the dB settings. Then, from the Audio Format tab, they can specify how they want Zetta to save or export each asset type.
Next, we discussed the four ways to import audio. Users can burn audio from a CD, use Windows Explorer, drag and drop an asset or create an Auto Import function. We also made a note regarding the Marks Analysis option within each defined Auto Import’s Advanced tab. Finally, we demonstrated how to export audio out of Zetta with a simple drag and drop to the desktop, defined folder or email.
RCS has some special guests and surprises lined up for upcoming RCS Lives, including Zetta 5.20.1 new features, GSelector 4.9.0’s new customized Clock structure and more. As always, reach out if you have any questions or looking for workflow solutions. Don’t forget to follow us on www.Facebook.com/RCSSoundSoftware for updates and we’ll see you every Thursday at 11am ET.