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Lesson 9. Working with Audio and Keyfram... > Trimming Audio in the Audio Editor

Trimming Audio in the Audio Editor

Before you fade out the Bumper Sirens clip using keyframes, you should trim any blank space from the end of the clip. If you look carefully at the end of the Bumper Sirens waveform in the Audio Editor, you'll see a straight, horizontal line. A flat line in an audio waveform means the same thing as a flat line on a heart monitor: dead silence. So let's trim off the right edge of the clip. There are two methods for trimming clips in the Audio Editor: You can drag the edges of the green bar at the top of the editor, or you can use the handy In and Out value sliders.


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