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Baldwin Li May 21st, 2007 11:34 AM

editing audio in smaller units than frames
 
hi folks,

is there any way of editing audio in units less than 1 frame other than opening a clip in Soundforge, editing it, then replacing in Vegas? Ive heard a few people applaud Vegas's capabilities as a sound editor in another post but without the ability to edit within frames I don't think it's quite up to it, especially when dealing with synchronising audio so I'll probably end up in Nuendo for the final dub...

cheers,

baldwin

Edward Troxel May 21st, 2007 11:59 AM

Absolutely. Just turn off "Quantize to Frames". Just remember to turn it back on as soon as you're done with that. When working with video, that option needs to be ON.

Baldwin Li May 21st, 2007 01:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Edward Troxel (Post 683149)
Absolutely. Just turn off "Quantize to Frames". Just remember to turn it back on as soon as you're done with that. When working with video, that option needs to be ON.


Well that certainly solves that one!

Thanks Edward. Here's to audio that's in sync!

Baldwin


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