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Judithh121 [Avatar]
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Please can you tell me how to use wave editor to make multiple cuts in a section of voice over. I want to cut out 'erm's' and also some other bits. It only seems to want to adjust the volume and quality of the sound. Other buttons are greyed out.
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If you look at your WE window - a soundtrack loaded - you have the vertical amber-coloured line cutting through the waveform(s). At the top end of this timline indicator there is an amber "M" - shaped figure.
Point your mouse cursor on one of the legs of the "M" (e.g. the right one), click-and-hold the left mouse-button on it and drag the mouse to the right (or the left, if you took the left leg).
You'll open an olive-like-coloured area, which you now may edit, i.e., cut, paste, dump, etc...
Then also the greyed-out buttons will come to life.

Michael.
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peleus [Avatar]
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No one could ever gues that by trrial and error on the right side leg of the "M". Thanks for the tip.

Is there a guide somewhere to do this?
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CubbyHouseFilms
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Quote: Is there a guide somewhere to do this?


Hi Peleus and Judith

There is a Help Menu in WaveEditor - click on the WE icon and select Help



Also, here's a tutorial on how to use WE - they are using PD9 here but the principals are the same for PD10:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odRsTpJ-m94[/youtube]

Happy editing Happing editing

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