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Lesson 5. Adding Audio > Overlaying video without sound

Overlaying video without sound

Now that you have positioned and synchronized the second walking clip to the audio, you'll overlay additional clips that don't need to be synchronized and that don't have audio linked to them. As before, you'll place clips in the Video 2 track. The audio from Feet1.mov will continue to play underneath.

1.
Set the edit line in the Timeline window to the Out point of Feet2.mov (at approximately 16:02 in the Program view).

2.
In the Project window, hold down the Control key (Windows) or the Command key (Mac OS) and click Hall2.mov, Man.mov, Woman1.mov, and Woman2.mov, to select them all. Then drag them to the Source view in the Monitor window.

When making a selection in the Project window, click the Poster Frame image for the clip you want.

A clip in the Timeline can include the clip name, but it may not be displayed if the clip is too short or if you select the track format that does not include a name. To see the name of a clip in the Timeline, click the Timeline title bar to activate it, if necessary, and then simply position the pointer on the clip.


3.
From the Clip menu below the Source view, select Woman1.mov.

The Woman1.mov clip appears in the Source view.

4.
Click the Play button () to preview the clip.

5.
Drag the Timeline scroll bar to display the center of the Feet2.mov clip.

6.
In the lower left corner of the Timeline window, choose 1/2 Second from the Time Zoom Level pop-up menu.

7.
Drag the Woman1.mov clip from the Source view into the Video 2 track, so that it ends at the beginning of the Feet2.mov clip you inserted earlier.

8.
From the Clip menu below the Source view in the Monitor window, select Woman2.mov, and then click the Play button to preview it.

9.
Drag the Woman2.mov clip from the Source view into the Video 2 track, positioning it at the end of the Feet2.mov clip.

You now have three clips covering part of Feet1.mov. At this point, you want to let some of Feet1.mov “show through,” so you'll place the next clip so that it starts a few seconds after the end of Woman2.mov.

10.
From the Clip menu below the Source view in the Monitor window, select Hall2.mov, and then click the Play button to preview it.

11.
Drag the edit line in the Timeline to 19:00.

12.
Drag the Hall2.mov clip into the Video 2 track so that its In point snaps to the edit line.

You can now insert the last clip of the video.

13.
Select Man.mov from the Clip menu below the Source view, and then preview it.

14.
Drag the Man.mov clip into the Video 2 track at the end of the Hall2.mov clip.

Now let's look at a preview of the entire project.

15.
Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS) to preview in Real-Time, if it is turned on; or to render a preview at the intended frame rate.

16.
Save the project.


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