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iMovie 09 detach audio grayed out


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Hi there,

Just wondering if you guys can help me. I'm trying to adjust the audio in a transition so that the movie fades in from black but the audio stays at a constant volume, rather than fading in too. However when I try to detach audio the option is grayed out. Is there any other way to do this?
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