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Blender 3D Basics by Gordon Fisher

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Time for action — adding an audio track to Blender

Now it's time for an introduction to the Video Sequence Editor, ironically by adding an audio file. You will learn how to position the audio file on the timeline and display a representation of the waveform to help you in timing your animation:

  1. Put your cursor on the boundary between the 3D View and the Timeline windows and get the double arrowhead. Press theLMB and hold it while you move the boundary up, so that the Timeline window is about three times taller than usual.
  2. With the cursor over the Timeline window, press Shift+Left arrow to go to Frame 0.
  3. Put the mouse in the lower-left corner of the Timeline window, over the diagonal lines. Press theLMB and drag the mouse up to create a new window. ...

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