A portable application can be run from a removable drive (USB flash drive, iPod, portable hard drive, etc) on any Windows computer without installation.
You will carry the program with settings on removable drive and don't modify settings on host computer.
On Vista and above turn off User Account Control (UAC) or run launcher as admin.

If you found dead links, search on Jooseng's Mirrors.

29 September 2018


Open source software for recording and editing sounds without installation.
Download Portable Audacity Setup Extractor (0.6 MB) 02/11/17
Download audacity-win-2.3.0.zip in same folder
In first screen enter Version Number: 2.3.0
Will be also extracted if found in same folder:
LADSPA_plugins-win-0.4.15.exe
libmp3lame-win-3.99.3.zip and ffmpeg-win-2.2.2.zip from buanzo
If you need a newer version of Lame, extract lame_v3.99.5.zip from buanzo in AudacityPortable\App\LAME

Extract and run AudacityPortable.
Settings of installed Audacity should be preserved.

9 commentaires:

GlacialMan said...

Hi Bernat, I noticed an error during download of LAMEsetup and FFmpegSetup; thanks, bye.

Bernat said...

Links removed, installer updated.

Unknown said...

Can't be started...
Windows XP, sp3.
Seem they have a problem with this version. See their site/forum.

Lapins PT said...

Audacity 2.0.6

FFmpegLibPath=...\\AudacityPortable\\App\\FFmpeg\\avformat-55.dll

http://lame3.buanzo.com.ar/ffmpeg-win-2.2.2.exe

GlacialMan said...

Hi Bernat, I've noticed a newer version of LAME (known to work with Audacity 2.x)
https://lame.buanzo.org/lame_v3.99.5.zip
I've not fully tested it but Audacity accepts it and, instead, refuses the current version (3.100)
http://www.rarewares.org/files/mp3/lame3.100.zip

Bernat said...

Thanks for info and tests: post updated.

George said...

Hi Bernat,
I've been using this program for a while and love it. I've made portable version of qBittorent (https://www.qbittorrent.org) and works great with no problem.
The issue is similar to Mp3LibPath/FFmpegLibPath manipulation.
Changing download path is not possible with FileWrite or WriteINIStr using $EXEDIR\${APPDIR} which has similar results in audacity.cfg.
How do I change the path so it can be recognized as in audacity.cfg paths.

Great job as always.

Thanks
George

Bernat said...

Sorry George, I forgot to join source.
I used StrRep to add \\ in paths but there is probably a better solution.

George said...

Working great!
As always I appreciate everything.
I keep learning something new every time. Keep up the good work.

THANKS AGAIN.

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