Glancing at Secondary Windows

As your project progresses, you’ll call upon various other windows and features to fine-tune edits, mix audio, and add effects, as well as capture video, export edit decision lists, and compare video and audio settings.

The trimming mode is a variation of the Monitor window that provides special controls for fine-tuning in and out points (Figure 1.2). (See Chapter 7, “Refining the Program.”)

Figure 1.2. The Monitor window doubles as the trimming window.

The audio mixer, which emulates a traditional mixing board, allows you to fade and pan audio tracks in real time (Figure 1.3). (See Chapter 10, “Mixing Audio.”) ...

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