Write Markers in WAV File Header (RIFF Format/BWF Format)
If this option is activated, markers are written in WAV file headers. Thus, the markers are always available even if you open the files in another application.
If Write Markers in WAV File Header (RIFF Format) is activated, markers are written in WAV file headers in the RIFF standard. However, WaveLab Pro has more marker options than the RIFF standard.
If Write Markers in WAV File Header (BWF Format) is activated, markers are written in WAV file headers in the BWF standard. This standard replaces the older RIFF standard. However, not all applications support the BWF standard.
Write Markers in Separate File
If this option is activated, markers are written in a separate file (extension .mrk) that is saved in the same folder as the audio file. This allows marker support in file formats where markers are usually not supported.
but chapter markers I don’t know what that is…
enlighten me or someone else…
It seem you can use “.xml” format after reading some info
on the internet about chapter editors…
A direct Chapter generator will be part of the next WaveLab versions (for YouTube and Spotify). In the mean time, you can generate a text file with marker times and edit it to the YouTube or Spotify format.
How exactly will that work? I’m asking since I’m not uploading the podcast episodes directly to Spotify, but they are hosted at letscast.fm and all I had to do to publish them on Spotify was to tell Spotify the URL of my podcasts RSS feed - so will the chapter marks be stored inside the audio file as meta data?
And how do I generate a text file with the markers?