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Carsten OrltRe: advanced audio
by on May 6, 2012 at 7:45:53 am

You have even more possibilities in FCP7 by holding shift when setting in or out in the viewer. What happens though is that FCP7 shifts the audio samples to fit your selected subframe back into the 1 frame grid.

That's why I said for FCPx it is ALL the time and without workarounds. FCPx is true audio subframe editor ( not just volume control). Only restriction is when you edit audio which is linked to video. If you say shorten the outgoing audio to less than a frame before the last video frame, you can of course lengthen the audio of the incoming clip by that same amount. But you can't leave the incoming where it is and close the gab by moving the video and audio together and therefor subframe truncate the video. Which of course makes sense.

Hope I explained this in an understandable way :-)

Cheers
Carsten


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