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francois89

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  1. This happened to me and I was freaking out. But I ended up finding the audio recordings. Here's what I did on my Mac.

     

    Found the file using Terminal but this isn't necessary once you know where Evernote stores recordings. If you don't you can use this tutorial. http://www.maclife.com/article/columns/terminal_101_using_find_command.

     

    The terminal search I used was ~/ -iname "*.wav"

     

    The folder where Evernote stores recording before processing was //Users/[name]/Library/Application Support/Evernote/accounts/[name]/pending-audio/

     

    The [name] part is specific to your computer.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Thank you so much "EvernoteMember"! I was recording my lecture on my macbook, went to a different note, and then the recording stopped and did not automatically save. I would like to add that once you find the .wav file using the terminal app, you should highlight the file > right click > reveal in finder. This is the fastest way to actually finding the file once it is pulled up on terminal.

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