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iMovie Audio Issues


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This has happened multiple times. I'll put together a video, usually a compilation of clips with a song over it, and while previewing it everything will seem fine. Then as soon as I import it to iTunes or Youtube I have little blips of audio, just like a millisecond, of audio coming from the muted clips. They come about ever few seconds and completely ruins the video. Any ideas what's going wrong or how I can fix it? Thanks.
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