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Old August 15th, 2005, 01:31 PM
Bossard Bossard is offline
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Originally Posted by George
After you've made the key change and clicked on STOP PREVIEW, you then click SELECT OUTPUT FILE.

Find the file you used as an input file, open it and it appears in the OUTPUT FILENAME BOX. Make a change in the name. Keyrite will not overwrite an existing file.

I usually add a -k to the name to denote a keyed file. For example if the song title was DREAM, and it was in a folder called SONGLIST on the C:\ drive, the input file would read:


I would change that in the OUTPUT FILENAME BOX to read:


Then click WRITE FILE

Answer YES at the prompt asking you if you wish to create a new file.

That's it. You should be able to find the new file along with the original file.

Hope this helps,

Hi George, That was a big help.

I assumed it would overwrite the file with the changed key. I went ahead and did what you suggested and it created a new file with the key change in my songlist!

The file with the original key is still there as well in the songlist which is fine too!

Thank you.

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