Currently I support exporting as
Reaper CSV or
Podlove Simple Chapters. If you need any other format, please let me know.
For mp4chaps go to Podcast -> Chapter markers -> Import chapter markers from file….
For Reaper CSV marks go to the Region Chapter Manager (this is the place where Reaper shows you a list of all your marks). Now use Right click -> Import regions/markers.
The mp4chaps file format is a simple text file format to share chapter marks between different applications.
00:00:00.000 Prologue 00:00:19.987 _edit 00:01:50 Episode 00:21:54.530 Ending 00:23:24.453 Preview
Reaper does have its own file format to import and export marks. It is formatted as
CSV and supports range marks (which I do not use) and mark coloring. I use the mark coloring to create chapter marks as blue marks and edit marks as red marks when you import the file into Reaper.
If you work with Reaper you should use this file format.
#,Name,Start,End,Length,Color M0,Karotten,00:08:43.358,,,0283F8 M0,Schnittfehler,00:19:09.888,,,FF5C53 M0,Bauhaus,00:21:24.803,,,0283F8 M0,Spaß,00:24:12.872,,,0283F8
The documentation for the Podlove Simple Chapters file format can be found here. This is a simple example:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <psc:chapters version="1.2" xmlns:psc="http://podlove.org/simple-chapters"> <psc:chapter start="0" title="Welcome" /> <psc:chapter start="3:07" title="Introducing Podlove" /> <psc:chapter start="8:26.250" title="Podlove WordPress Plugin" /> <psc:chapter start="12:42" title="Resumée" /> </psc:chapters>
This is a known issue. My app does only accept audio files, but the Dropbox app does not label audio files as audio files when you fire up the share sheet in Dropbox. Please contact Dropbox support if you need to get this fixed.
As a workaround you can open the Chaptr app and use the plus button to add new audio files. Select Dropbox as the document provider and select your audio file.
Feel free to contact me an we will find a solution for your problem.