AVI and WAV are just containers. What is relevant is what is inside of those containers? Is it shoes, furniture, kitchen utensils, machinery, chemicals? Use GSpot to determine that.
- Select an audio clip that's missing the waveform.
- Park the CTI somewhere over the selected clip.
- Perform a Match Frame operation.
Does that bring the waveform back? If not, then check to see that your .pek files for the project still exist.
Oh dear, I feel like such a noob now
EDIT Figured out what CTI and Match Frame is
and how do I check for .pek files?
Thank you for your time
Oh my goodness!
IT WORKED THANK YOU SOO MUCH!
the Match frame (found out what an how to do it) worked!
will this stay there after i export this? or will I always have this issue?
Glad that you got it sorted out.
For future reference and to answer your question, the .CFA and .PEK files will be in your Media Cache. There will be one each, for each of your Audio files.