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Chapter 10. Editing Audio > Extracting Audio

Extracting Audio

So far, I haven’t mentioned the two obvious audio tracks that appear in the Timeline Viewer. These are typically where you would work with sound effects or imported audio files, but they’re also the sandboxes for playing with audio that comes with your video footage. Before we can play, however, we need to extract the audio from the video clip.

To extract audio:

1.
Select the clip in the video track.

2.
Choose Extract Audio from the Advanced menu, or press Command-J. An audio clip, represented as a purple bar, appears in the audio track beneath the video clip (Figure 10.7).

Figure 10.7. Extracted audio clips appear on the first audio track. The video clip becomes silent.



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