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    Deleting audio across all tracks

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    Hi

    I've set a fade out on the master track but cant figure out how to get rid of the audio I don't want after the end point of the fade out on various individual tracks. I know how to delete each individually but be nice to know how to get rid of all in one.

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    1 Click on the point where you want all remaining material to be gone (but don't click on any particular track, that'll just select thatr track).

    2 Hit 's' to split all tracks at that point.

    3 Click and drag over the bits you want to delete (if they are not already selected)

    4 Hit 'delete' to get rid of them

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    Thanks...some useful stuff there

    Quote Originally Posted by gecko zzed View Post
    1 Click on the point where you want all remaining material to be gone (but don't click on any particular track, that'll just select thatr track).

    2 Hit 's' to split all tracks at that point.

    3 Click and drag over the bits you want to delete (if they are not already selected)

    4 Hit 'delete' to get rid of them
    I'd been doing this method on the individual tracks and managed it once on all tracks by accident but only removed a millisecond of media...after that it didn't seem to work but I'll go back and have another go soon 👍

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    I think the easiest way is to probably make a time selection that includes everything you want to keep, then use the action "Crop project to selection".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashcat_lt View Post
    I think the easiest way is to probably make a time selection that includes everything you want to keep, then use the action "Crop project to selection".
    Thanks 👍

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