New Series: How to Make Anki Decks Simply

To a language learner, Anki is worth its weight in gold.  If you try to create a flashcard deck from scratch, however, you will quickly learn to dread the task.  Enter my new video series designed to tame the Anki deck creation beast.  Each video will explain a method I have discovered to simplify the process or aid in a deck’s creation.  

Many Chinese textbooks come with audio files that cover a whole section or chapter.  While perfect for “on the go” study, these files do not lend themselves to Anki deck creation without being edited.  Thus, the first video in the series will discuss how to split an audio file into multiple clips using Audacity.  Audacity audio software is free, open source and available for all popular operating systems.  If you love studying with Anki as much as I do, join me and spend more time learning rather than creating your study materials.  

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Enjoy and let me know what you think in the comments below!

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