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  • Is there a faster way to delete the audio tracks?

    I have all these clips in my bin that have an attached audio clip that i won't be using. Is there a faster way than dragging each one to the timeline and choosing "ungroup" ?

    Thanks
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  • #2
    yes, much faster

    place them on timeline and select all, click the A delete icon on top of timeline
    Anton Strauss
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    • #3
      If they're on the timeline, select and use "Alt+A" to delete audio.

      If not on the timeline, (what's the term here...) uncheck, undepress, turn off... the button at the top of the timeline called "Set Add Audio" (Shift+K) and the audio stays off the timeline.

      Pretty quick, eh?
      Rusty
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      • #4
        Originally posted by richnation View Post
        I have all these clips in my bin that have an attached audio clip that i won't be using. Is there a faster way than dragging each one to the timeline and choosing "ungroup" ?

        Thanks

        Before you bring them to the timeline just select the orange "A" button on the top of the timeline.

        It will turn white.

        Now no audio will be brought down to the timeline with any clip. :)


        Mike

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        • #5
          Thanks got it. Working good now. lol
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