I develop a large dev -file usually over 300MB easily. Then I categorize it and break it into parts (A) such as shouting, laughing, smiling and other descriptive things. This pieced material belongs to my Deployment -repository where fine-tuning is more easier, much easier than in fs-backuped Development -repo that contains the original massive files (B) and where you cannot easily edit or you need to kill the repo, to keep it in small size, or use no version-controlling. Now I feel a better way: some software to handle both A and B. How would you handle this step of processing the audio material into rich informative art-assets?
- Which alternative is better? And when would you use each?
AA) Deployed audio material broken into pieces that is easier to deploy for things such as games and movies
BB) Deployed audio material in large files from which you somehow get intervals, no idea how to do this, anyway good backups.
CC) some other methodology?
Does there exist some software to handle this development-deployment -cycle for me?
I currently use Audacity that is extremely slow for my purpose here, I would like to have tool by which I can denote different parts of the audio with labels. Generic name for such software?