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Ok lets see if I can explain this right!

I'm editing some clips that I just downloaded from my DV Cam to my mac. There are about 5 clips in the beggining of the video where I muted the sound while the Cam moves a around and I added some music to it. With in those 5 clips I have added some transitions. Now between each trantision when the time line hits it I get a popping sound, it's the original sound from the clips (cars driving by) but I removed all the sound from those clips unless I did it wrong. I select the clip and lower the volume then add the transition. Now If I remove the transitions then the sound disapears, once I add the transitions again the sound appears again.

I hope this makes sence. Should I have added the transitions first then lower the sound?

Any tips for a new user?

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Anyone......help?

Should I try to explain this more clear?
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Anyone......help?

Should I try to explain this more clear?
what program are you using to edit-it?
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try extracting the audio from the video, so they will appear as 2 separate clips in iMovie. then you should be able to just cut out the parts of your audio clip where the popping occurs
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