sub-frame audio FCPX

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.

If you would like to know more about the Sound Editing in FCPX and watch other tutorials, then please head on over to the Ripple Training website.