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diederik
horizontal white lines in edit view
on Aug 5, 2006 at 9:39:44 am

In the edit view of Adobe Audition, 2 white horizontal lines are at +/- 30000 Hz or +-/90 % or +/- 0.9 norm. What is the meaning of this lines ?

Thanks in advance,
Diederik



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willie toth
Re: horizontal white lines in edit view
on Aug 5, 2006 at 1:31:35 pm



Waveform View (the default) displays a waveform as a series of positive and negative peaks. The x-axis (horizontal ruler) represents time, and the y-axis (vertical ruler) measures spikes, or increased amplitude, in a waveform."


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Blast1
Re: horizontal white lines in edit view
on Aug 6, 2006 at 2:04:24 am

[diederik] "What is the meaning of this lines ?"

They are called Boundary Lines, they are controled in the Preferences Menu-> Display Tab, avaiable in the Edit Menu Dropdown, you can turn them on/off and adjust the level they appear at, -1DB is the default, you can set them to use as a guide for circumstants where you don't want to exceed a certain level, like the safe areas for video, -1DB is a good point for clipping


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