If you have long recordings it takes a while to load the detections to review. You can use the AviaNZ splitter to easily split the recordings without loosing the existing annotations. In Windows, AviaNZ-Splitter.exe is located in the same directory where you installed AviaNZ. Run it and follow the instructions to split longer recordings before you start review.
Manual Processing and Batch Processing modes in AviaNZ supports audio files of any size because it works on pages (sections). E.g. when you open a long recording in AviaNZ it opens the first 5 min by default, however you can change the page size. Refer Interface Settings in the Manual.
However, Batch Review can be slower on large files. Therefore, use the AviaNZ-Splitter located in the same directory where you installed AviaNZ to split longer recordings before you start review.
AviaNZ does not support 32 bit computers.
It's normal that the title bar of the window updates to 'AviaNZ - Batch Processing (Not Responding)' during the time that the program automatically finds the target sounds in a batch of recordings, still the program is doing all the computations and you can see some updates on the console (black window). It takes a long time to finish the batch process depending on how big the batch.
The reviewed work will be saved. The excels will get updated with both reviewed and non-reviewed segments.
Currently no. If the segment is much longer than the target call, we recommend marking it as "Don't Know" and opening it in manual mode later - this way, you can edit its borders to match the actual call.