Plug-Ins and Libraries
You can download and install plug-ins or libraries to add extra functionality to Audacity. Plug-ins can give you extra effects, or more audio generation and analysis capability. Adding libraries can allow you to import or export additional audio formats.
To install new LADSPA or Nyquist plug-ins, place them in the Plug-Ins folder inside the Audacity installation folder. On Windows computers, this is usually under "Program Files". On Mac OS X, it is usually under "Applications". On Linux, you can use various plug-in locations. Restart Audacity, then the addded plug-ins will appear underneath the divider in the "Effect", "Generate" or "Analyze" menus.
Audacity har innebygd støtte for LADSPA-tillegg. Disse programtilleggene er for det meste bygd for Linux, men noen er tilgjengelige for andre operativsystemer også. Audacity har et lite utvalg LADSPA-effekter for Mac innebygd. For Windows finnes det en pakke med over 90 LADSPA-effekter. For mer informasjon og nedlastinger, gå til LADSPA-nettstedet.
On Windows and Mac, Audacity can load VST effects (but not VST instruments). The VST Enabler is no longer required. Enable "Rescan VST effects" in the Effects Preferences and restart Audacity when you want to add new effects. See "How do I install VST plug-ins?" for more information.
VST effects can be found on many plug-in sites such as:
Audio Unit Plug-Ins
On Mac OS X only, Audacity loads Audio Unit plug-ins automatically from system plug-in directories. Audacity will not recognize any Audio Units in its own "plug-ins" folder.
The FFmpeg import/export library allows Audacity to import and export many additional audio formats such as AC3, AMR(NB), M4A and WMA, and to import audio from video files. To install the FFmpeg library, please read our FFmpeg FAQ.