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Chapter 8. Audio Sweetening for Perfecti... > Editing with the Help of Audio Wavef...

Editing with the Help of Audio Waveform Display

A common method of editing is to cut to the beats of the music or when a person says a new sentence. You can sit there and play the audio in real time with your trigger finger on the stop button or mark in key, ready to tag the position where you want to edit. An easier way to find your marks might be to just “look” at the audio. I know you think I've been typing too long when I start saying things like “seeing audio.” Actually, when you click the triangle next to each audio track to expand it, Premiere displays the waveform for the audio clips in that track (see Figure 8.19). Even with the track expanded, you can click the Show/Hide Audio Waveform button to view or turn off the audio waveform in the timeline.

Figure 8.19. Click the triangle next to any audio track to view a waveform display of the audio in that track.



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