So long as the sound works, don't worry about the 'picture' of the sound.
To properly sync to the new video, I often have to make some razor cuts and to change the duration of the subclips...
Being able to visually place the CTI right in a very short silence part would be very usefull.
I'm 100% sure I'm not the only one who has noticed that behavior...
I'v lived without it for a long time but it would be nice if it worked!
Maybe someone has a solution to get it working properly...
I'm 100% sure I'm not the only one who has noticed that behavior.
I don't know. I adjust the speed of audio clips all the time (damn digital records can't keep accurate time), and the waveform display moves right along with it.
Hm-m, maybe I just never noticed. I use the Rate-Stretch a fair amount, but then I am seldom going back in to do fine edits later. I look upon the PEK (Waveform Display) as a bit of an emulation. Now, with non Rate-Stretch material, I've found it pretty accurate, but maybe have just not encountered its foibles.
Wonder if doing a Render of that section of the Timeline (using the WAB), would allow the Waveform to redraw to better reflect the change?
Wonder if zooming in either/or horizontally, or vertically would cause the Waveform to redraw more accurately? Maybe a zoon in on both?
I'll pay especially close attention to this next time and let you know if it is more accurate for me. As is, I probably just never noticed the change, or lack thereof.
Hunt, off to Stretch some Audio...
PS, I never bothered to notice, but does PrPro regenerate CFA's and PEK's, when the Rate-Stretch Tool is used? If so, it happens so quickly on my machine, that I have never noticed the little blue bar. Might be there, but go by to quickly to call attention to itself.
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