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I'm making some audition videos for music schools using imovie. I extracted all of the audio clips to boost the volume a bit and then when I want to crop off the edges of each of the video clips, the audio doesn't crop and gets all out of sync. Is there a way to "unextract" the audio, or basically take the wave forms out of the display so I can crop the clips and keep them in sync with the audio? I have messed around with the "Lock audio" function but that doesnt seem to help.
PS, using imovie HD 6.0.3
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