Sub-frame audio editing in FCP is nothing new, FCP7 had the ability to access smaller increments than a frame. But how do you go about sub-frame editing in Final Cut Pro X?
In this week's episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer how edit audio right down to the sample.
Sometimes a 'frame' of audio is just too large to delete and a click or pop needs to be removed whilst retaining the surrounding audio. Maybe that music edit just doesn't sound right plus or minus a frame on the edit. All can be fixed using Steve's technique.
Steve also delivers one great fact from the manual that makes the episode worthwhile watching on its own.