This video tutorial illustrates how to edit audio, specifically adding keyframes to adjust audio levels, within an audio sub-frame using Final Cut Pro X.
While you can only cut audio or video clips at a video frame boundary, for example every 1/30th of a second, you can zoom in and set audio keyframes to change audio levels within a sub-frame: 1/80th of a frame. This is a fast way to remove a click or pop, or minimize a breath.
This short video tutorial illustrates how zoom into the Final Cut Pro X Timeline, how to set keyframes, how to move between sub-frames using keyboard shortcuts, and how to adjust audio levels by adjusting keyframes.
TRT: 3:37 — QuickTime HD movie
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Final Cut Pro X 10.4
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