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Chapter 10. Mixing Audio > Viewing Audio Information

Viewing Audio Information

In Premiere 6.5, expanded audio tracks display information a little differently than in older versions. Whereas Premiere 5 displayed audio fade and pan controls at the same time, relying on colors to differentiate them, Premiere 6.5 uses buttons to toggle between displaying fade and pan controls. The expanded audio track also allows you to show and hide audio waveform displays. If you’re using audio effects, you can switch from showing the fade or pan controls to showing keyframe markers, which you use to change an audio effect over time.

To show controls in an audio track:

1.
If necessary, expand an audio track by clicking the triangle next to the name of the track (Figure 10.1).

Figure 10.1. Expand the audio track by clicking the triangle next to the name of the track.


The track expands.

2.
In the audio track, click one of the following buttons (Figure 10.2):

Figure 10.2. To view keyframes, pan controls, or fade controls, click the corresponding button in the expanded audio track.


  • To view keyframes for audio effects, click the keyframes button .

  • To view fade controls, click the red fade control button .

  • To view pan controls, click the blue pan control button .

Selecting one of these buttons switches the other two off.


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