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Chapter 11. Advanced Editing > Stripping Silence from Regions

Stripping Silence from Regions

The Strip Silence command removes portions of audio regions that fall below a user-defined volume threshold. This process divides audio regions into separate regions.

Stripping silence is useful for quickly breaking larger audio regions into smaller, more manageable regions. For example, stripping silence from a sound effect makes it easier to locate it to a specific point. It’s also useful for condensing regions in preparation for compacting audio. For information on compacting audio, see Chapter 8: Managing Audio Files.


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