To view an audio clip in the Source Monitor when the clip is in the Timeline

To view an audio clip in the source monitor when the

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To view an audio clip in the Source Monitor when the clip is in the Timeline panel, double-click the clip. To view an audio clip in the Source Monitor when the clip is in the Project panel, drag the clip to the Source Monitor. If a clip contains video and audio, you can view its audio in the Source Monitor by clicking the Toggle Take Audio And Video button repeatedly until it displays the Take Audio icon . To view time in audio units In the Audio Mixer, Program Monitor, Source Monitor, or Timeline panel, choose Audio Units from the panel menu.
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 179 To see more volume detail when viewing an audio waveform in the Timeline panel, increase the track height. To see more time detail, view time in audio units. Making quick audio adjustments Although Adobe Premiere Pro includes a full-featured audio mixer, there are times when you may not need many of the options. For example, you might be creating a rough cut from video and audio captured together from DV footage, output to stereo tracks. In such a case, follow these guidelines: Start with the Master meters and volume fader in the Audio Mixer. If the audio is too far below 0 dB or too high (the red clipping indicator appears), adjust the level of clips or tracks as needed. To temporarily silence a track, use the Mute Track button in the Audio Mixer or the Toggle Track Output icon in the Timeline panel. To temporarily silence other tracks, use the Solo button in the Audio Mixer. When making audio adjustments of any kind, determine whether the change should be applied to the entire track or to individual clips. Audio tracks and clips are edited in different ways. Use the Show/Hide Tracks command in the Audio Mixer menu to display only the information you want to see and save screen space. If you are not using effects and sends, you can hide them by clicking the triangle at the left edge of the Audio Mixer. See also “Adjusting gain and volume” on page 186 “Mixing audio tracks and clips” on page 175 Working with clips, channels, and tracks To extract audio from clips You can extract audio from clips containing audio and generate new audio master clips in your project. The original master clips are preserved. Any source channel mappings, gain, speed, duration, and interpret footage adjustments in the original master clips are applied to the new extracted audio clips. 1 Select one or more clips containing audio in the Project panel. 2 Choose Clip > Audio Options > Extract Audio. Adobe Premiere Pro generates new audio files containing the extracted audio. The word “Extracted” is added to the end of the file names of the new audio clips. To render and replace audio in a sequence You can select an audio clip in a sequence and generate a new audio clip that replaces the one you selected. The new audio clip contains any editing and effects you applied to the original sequence clip. If you trimmed the original sequence clip, the new clip contains only the trimmed audio instead of the entire audio of the original master clip.
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