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Editing Audio

Similar to the way you work with video, you can move, trim, and slip audio using the mini-Timeline or the full Timeline. The Audio Editor lets you trim and slip audio using the audio waveform as a guide. Trimming refers to changing the duration of an audio clip, and slipping refers to changing what section of audio plays for a given duration and location. These operations, as they apply to objects in general, are discussed in “Editing Objects in the Timeline” in Chapter 5. Audio scrubbing allows you to hear the audio as you drag the playhead through the clip. By turning on Audio Scrubbing, you can more easily identify where to move, trim, or slip a clip.

To move an audio clip:


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