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Audio Output Presets In Final Cut Pro

You can reset the default audio output in Final Cut Pro for all future sequences by going into the User Preferences Window.

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1 Go to Final Cut Pro > User Preferences and choose the Audio Outputs tab.

2 Either choose a preset from the list or customize one by editing it. If you choose to edit a preset, it will signify that a copy will have to be made. Click OK in this dialog box.

3 Within the Audio Outputs Preset Editor, enter a name and description for the new preset you are creating.

4 Select the number of audio channels for access.

5 In the Grouping category, choosing Stereo for each pair of audio channels you will be allowing for panning. The Dual Mono selection will allow for each channel to be used as a distinct output.

6 Select a downmix level. If you are working with many audio tracks, downmixing will allow all of those tracks to be mixed into a single stereo output. The downmix level represents the level of each output to avoid distortion. Think of it this way, the more channels you have to downmix the lesser this value needs to be to avoid distortion.

7 Click OK for this dialog box and OK in the previous box.

See how to adjust audio for a group of clips in Final Cut Pro.

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