johnebaker wrote on 1/1/2020, 8:04 AM



You cannot convert a.frg file as it is a Sound Forge project file which you have to load into Sound Forge and then export as WAV or MP3.


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Gregory-Hamilton wrote on 1/1/2020, 12:19 PM

Thanks, I also figured out that you can just copy and paste to new, then save as whatever.

rraud wrote on 1/1/2020, 12:35 PM

Yes, the file must be opened in Sound Forge Pro. I am not sure if a <.frg> 'SF Pro project file can be opened in AS)

Once opened, select "File> Render as" and choose a file type preset and customize the parameters if so desired.