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Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 7 Quick-Reference Guide by Brendan Boykin

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7. Audio

Video is not good video without audio. Final Cut Pro includes tools for setting your mix, recording automation, and recording a voiceover.

Clip Audio Channels

Tabs in the Viewer window represent clip audio, whether linked to video content or standalone. The number of content channels and how those channels are ingested into Final Cut Pro determine their display method. A single audio channel, such as recordings from the Voice Over tool, is represented by a “Mono (an)” tab, where n is the channel’s number within the clip. Two audio channels may be linked together during capture/transfer to become a stereo pair. Stereo pairs (Ch1 and Ch2, Ch3 and Ch4, and so on) appear under one tab for each pair.

Note

You may make or break a stereo ...

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