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Can I use Reaper where it says "edit audio"? It defaults to Wave Editer. I prefer to use Reaper as my external audio editer. Also I tried selecting the audio track (it's ungrouped from the video track) and pressed control-C. Instead it only captures the original mp4 file and not even the shortened one in the timeline. I had trimmed a bit off in the timeline. Is there a better way to accomplish this? Thanks

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You cannot set other programs than the cyberlink products as external programs.
If you edit the audio, either WaveEditor or AudioDirector starts. I see no way to make Reaper work.
Unfortunately, you will have to mix your audio outside the video editing process.
I know DaVincy Resolve, Pinnacle Studio and HitFilm. As far as I know, none of them allows to set Reaper as an audio editor.

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Quote You cannot set other programs than the cyberlink products as external programs.
If you edit the audio, either WaveEditor or AudioDirector starts. I see no way to make Reaper work.
Unfortunately, you will have to mix your audio outside the video editing process.
I know DaVincy Resolve, Pinnacle Studio and HitFilm. As far as I know, none of them allows to set Reaper as an audio editor.

Hatti

Too bad. I think I could do that with Sony Vegas. Unfortunately their multicam function had problems. Maybe the 2nd part of the question should be a separate topic. I found it impossible to copy an audio track in the timeline. Thanks for the reply.
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You can copy or save an audio in the timeline, only the selected part.
If it is an audio of the video the process is more time consuming process 1º to extract the audio of all the video.
In the timeline use the yellow arrow to select the part to be saved.
Button, Produce Range. Audio file, choose quality.
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