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  • Audio Mixer controllers set to stay on clip?

    Can the controllers in the Audio Mixer panel be set to stay on the 'Clip' selection? Currently, each successive load of a clip into the Player sets the mixer controllers back to 'Off'. Would be nice to keep the setting on 'Clip' to be able to start making level adjustments right after loading a clip into Player.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

    Rob

  • #2
    Yes, you can leave the setting in any position. Take a look at your buffer setting prior to changing from the off position and then again after. You will notice with the setting changed from off, your buffer will be 5/xxx as opposed to your full buffer. This could be an issue for you during playback, especially if you have a lot of filters and effects.
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    • #3
      I would not use any of the audio mixer settings

      instead, I use the normalize tool all day long and it is so easy to create a uniform level, because you can see if all clip waveforms are the same height

      in other words, the normalize tool allows you to see the changes you made because the height of the waveform changes

      it is like using an iron
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      • #4
        I think Rob is asking if there is a way to set the PLAYER mixer to stay on Clip. Rob, Not that I know of. It starts from a default position of OFF. I assume Rob is working with Broadcast and sometimes they would like to adjust the Vol on the original clip before dropping it to the Timeline.

        I disagree with Anton on using Normalize instead of the Audio Mixer. There have been several threads on this so no need to rehash it.
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        • #5
          Thanks for this information gentlemen. I had noticed my buffer dropped to 5, and didn't know why. Cleared this up.

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