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Final Cut Pro 7: October 2008 Archives

The Range selection tool is really an organic form of keyframing.  Once you have used the Range Selection tool to highlight a portion of a clip or clips, you can apply a filter for example to the selected range, and leave the rest of the clip unaltered.

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Soundtrack Pro has a very powerful tool that can stretch or squeeze a piece of audio. Speeding up a slow talking person, or taking a 32 second clip and turning it into a 30 second clip, are the two examples that come to mind when I use the time stretch function.


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First step is to open an audio clip in Soundtrack Pro. You should always have the entire length of the clip be the area you need to adjust. 

Once the clip is open highlight the entire clip by clicking apple A, and then open the process menu.

After choosing the Time Stretch option you will want to select the Drop Frames format, and enter the desired length into the time window.

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