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Chapter 12. Audio Tools and Techniques > Editing Clips with Multiple Audio Chan...

Editing Clips with Multiple Audio Channels

Final Cut Express 2 introduced official support for merged clips—a type of clip created in FCE by permanently linking up to 24 audio clips with a single video clip. Earlier versions of the program used workarounds to support clips composed of audio and video linked inside Final Cut Express, but “official” merged clips make it possible to reliably sync video with production audio recorded separately, while preserving separate audio timecode. Open the Item Properties window on any audio+video clip, and you’ll see that each audio channel has its own data column (Figure 12.21).

Figure 12.21. The Item Properties window displays separate tracking data for each audio channel.



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