I'm curious how you got it turned on?
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There's no pref to control the position of this label. But two things that might help:
- Resize the track so that the label is out of the way.
- Disable the Timeline's Rectified Audio Waveforms option (through the panel's flyout menu, upper left corner)
Oh, and @Jim, there's nothing to turn on as far as I'm aware. Those labels are dependent on the type of content. With multichannel audio, the channel number is shown; with stereo, L/R; with 5.1, L/R/Ls/Rs/C/LFE...
Rectified disabled is OK as a workaround. Though I note when I do that, the scale of the unrectified waveform changes and so I have to make a taller track anyway to be able to see the waveform well.
Simply making the track taller wasn't helpful since I'm trying to see where I go from silence+background noise to speech. The label is still in the way.
Thanks. I'll submit a suggestion that the labels be made optional. I can't be the only person who has this need.
With multichannel audio, the channel number is shown
Hard to believe you STILL can't hide these. The ends of the waveform are the most important for editing and you can't always have extra tall waveforms. Seems so simple to have it as a show/hide choice when you click on the timeline wrench.