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Don't use Audio Gain then... Use Volume from the effects panel, or the mixer or keyframe the audio using the clip keyframes on the timeline.
P.S it's not a bug! Make your audio tracks bigger if you cannot see the waveform...
That is awesome...I had not even noticed that happening on the waveforms. For all of the previous issues with waveforms redrawing and such, it's nice to see an improvement in that area.
And yeah, definitely not a bug. Howard's right...your statement alone makes the problem clear when you say you are adjusting volume using audio gain. Audio gain is for input, volume adjusts for output and you are correctly trying to adjust output level but you really ought to use the volume control in the effects tab for that, especially if you intend to increase/decrease volume during the presentation.
Well, perhaps I didn't make myself clear. Whenever I import mp3's, the volume level is too high. I generally find that lowering the overall volume level for the mp3 by -15db is just right. Then, of course, if I need to adjust the volume because I have a sot or nat-sound, then I use keyframes. I prefer using Audio Gain to quickly adjust the overall volume for the clip because I can assign it to a key (F12).
I guess what I'll have to do is adjust the audio level after I make all my edits. :/