Adjust all keyframes at once in the Audio Animation Editor mm Hold down the Command and Option keys, and drag either a keyframe or the effect control up or down. All keyframes are adjusted by the same amount, preserving the original shape created by any keyframe adjustments.
View only one effect at a time in the Audio Animation Editor You can collapse the Audio Animation Editor to view only one effect at a time. This can be useful if you have multiple effects applied to a clip and want to preserve screen space. 1 Choose Clip > Solo Animation (or press Shift-Control-V). 2 In the Audio Animation Editor, click the triangle next to the displayed effect’s name to choose an effect from the pop-up menu. Note: When Solo Animation is turned on, you can’t delete effects from the Audio Animation Editor. To turn off Solo Animation, choose Clip > Solo Animation (or press Shift-Control-V). Delete keyframes Do one of the following: mm Select a keyframe in the Audio Animation Editor, and press the Delete key. mm Navigate to a keyframe in the Audio inspector, and click the Keyframe button.
Chapter 9 Edit audio