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Using the Mark Audio Peaks Function in Final Cut Pro

The Mark Audio Peaks function in Final Cut Pro is a great way to quickly find all of those little "problem areas" in your timeline where your audio is peaking.  It's often an overlooked problem, missing those "hot spots", and an overlooked simple tool you can use to fix them.  To get started, make sure your Timeline is active, and all video and audio clips are unselected.  Navigate to the Mark menu and choose Audio Peaks > Mark.
mark_audio_peaks.pngNow let Final Cut do all the work!  It automatically scans your Timeline and places a mark over any hot spots.  If a section of audio has a peak that lasts longer than a frame, the marker will show a "tail" spanning the duration of the problem area.
audio_peaking_markers.pngBe sure to check out our 4 day Final Cut Pro class to learn more ways to speed up your workflow. 

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