I'm looking for a program that can export a time track to a csv file, preferably in Windows. Do you know one?
I've already tried a bunch of free software, without success.
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The time track coordinates are written into the audacity project file (.aup), which is effectively an XML file.
With this .aup file you have two possibilities:
/timetrack/envelope/controlpoint/@valthat have your requested data. Just delete all the other columns and save this two-column-table as a .csv file.
Perhaps other users know an XML to CSV converter that does these steps automatically.