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the beginning and
end of a sound or music clip
After you’ve added a sound effect, a music
clip, or a voiceover to a project, you can trim
it to begin and end wherever you want.
In the Project browser:
If you don’t need the precision of the Clip
Trimmer, you can quickly trim sound and
music clips directly in the Project browser.
These instructions don’t apply to
background music.
1. In the Project browser, move your pointer
over either end of the green or purple bar
that represents the sound or music clip you
want to trim.
The pointer turns into a resize pointer, as
shown below.
2. Do one of the following:
To set where the clip starts playing, drag its
left edge to the right or left.
To set where the sound clip stops playing,
drag its right edge to the right or left.
3. To play back your work, in the Project
browser, move the playhead (the red vertical
line) to the left of where you want to begin
previewing, and then click the Space bar.
Press the Space bar again to stop playback.
Using the Clip Trimmer:
The Clip Trimmer lets you trim the sound
elements in your project one at a time, so it’s
especially useful if there’s just one sound
element you want to change (the
background music or a sound effect, for
example). The Clip Trimmer also gives you
access to the unused portions of the clip
you’re editing, which can help you fine-tune
your trimming.
1. In the Project browser, move your pointer
over the audio clip you want to trim, and
then choose Clip Trimmer from the Action
pop-up menu (looks like a gear) that
appears.
The Action menu icon appears at the left
end of the green or purple sound clip bar, or
in the upper-left corner of the background
music well in your project.
The Clip Trimmer opens, showing a
magnified waveform view of the sound or
music. The light blue or green portion of the
waveform represents the part of the song
or audio clip that’s used in the project. Any
dark blue or green portion of the...


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