About Audio Split
The Audio Split mode makes it possible to:
|•||Apply transition effect durations which are different on the audio and video tracks. See section Extending or Reducing a Transition in Audio Split Mode.|
|•||Delay or advance the beginning of an audio or video transition. See section Advancing or Delaying a Transition in Audio Split Mode.|
The audio split is often used to start the transition of the audio track before the one of the video. This gives an artistic effect to the playlist and offers a smoother transition to the audience.
The transition effect of the audio track remains linked to the video transition effect even if an audio split is defined.
|•||The Advanced Audio Editing setting must have been selected from the configuration tool to allow users to define an audio split.|
The following setting applies when a clip is added to a playlist.
|•||Audio Effect Duration|
The default audio effect duration is defined in the configuration tool
The default value can be changed from the configuration tool.
The duration of an audio effect added to a playlist element can be edited from the Remote Panel or from the Viewer.
Limitation when Speed = 0%
An audio split cannot be set on a playlist element with a speed = 0%.
Therefore, if the Default Playlist Speed is set to 0% and the Audio Effect Duration is configured to differ from the