Sound Tutorial


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SoundIf we don't want to cut the music in the middle (in fact, it's never cut, there is always a fade out), we must set the timing of the composition to make the music display 100% (or 200% ,300% if the music is really too short). In the case of the commentary, we just want to have more than 100%.
To achieve that, we've got to tune the composition timing. We can do this manually or let PulpMotion do it for you. Open the menu of the sound cell (ctrl+click on the cell), then choose "scale time line".
It will set a custom timing on each media concerned by the music.
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Let see the media custom timing interface:
  1. You can lock your media timing if you don't want the "scale time line" touch it. Of course, if all the media are locked, the "scale time line" do nothing.
  2. The custom timing.
  3. You can choose if the media use a custom timing or the composition genereic timing. If the media is a movie, you can also choose its natural duration.
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The is a general interface in the composition settings panel:
  1. You can adjust all the music media in one hit.
  2. You can reset all the media to make them use the composition generic duration. All the locked media will stay locked.
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This button will make a capture panel appear.
1- just hit the button to make record.
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2- You can make several attempts and select them with the popup button.
3- You can playback the selected record to check which one is the best.
4- Finally save it where you want on your disk and it will appear in your commentary timeline.
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If you need more precisions, post your questions on the forum and we will make this tutorial grow up to answer them.

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