It only takes a few clicks to make a backup of your audio, and the peace of mind is well worth it. It's also nice to have a separate audio file of each slide's narration, in case you want to reapply some of my audio to a different project, or share any of the audio files with another developer.
Here's how to create a backup of you audio files:
- In PowerPoint, open your presentation and click Audio Editor on the Articulate menu.
- When the audio editor opens up, you'll see the waveform of your slide narration. Click the Articulate button in the upper-left corner and choose Export.
- Select WAV or MP3. (For best results in Articulate-published projects, we recommend choosing WAV, since that format will give you the best sound quality in your published output.)
- Choose a location for your files, and click OK.
Presenter exports your audio to the location you chose. The file names will reflect the slide number and the slide's navigation title:
Now you can move or copy the backup files to whatever secure location you choose.