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Lesson 5. Adding Audio >  Creating an L-cut

Creating an L-cut

Video and film often use a technique called a split edit to create an audio transition between scenes. In a split edit, the audio that belongs to one clip extends into one or both adjacent clips. The audio from a quiet forest scene, for example, could extend into the scene of a crowd. One specific type of split edit, called an L-cut, extends the audio only into the following clip.


An L-cut allows the sound from one clip (A) to extend into the next clip (B)



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