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Avid_Timeline_settings.gif When you open a new timeline in your Avid editing application you will notice you receive one video track and two audio tracks. Most of my sequences have at least 3 video tracks and 4 audio tracks, so every time I open a new timeline I end up adding at least two extra video tracks and two audio tracks. This is not a big deal but wouldn't it be nice if you created a new timeline and you could have your desired amount of video and audio tracks? Well, you can. Simply navigate to the timeline settings in the project window and open the timeline settings dialog box. You can also do this by right-clicking on an open timeline. Under the edit tab you will see New Sequences with Video Tracks and Audio Tracks. If you click on the pull-down triangle next to the number you will see your options. You can have up to 24 video and 24 audio tracks to start. This makes it easy to start editing and not worry if you have enough tracks to lay down your media.
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