Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro have audio scrubbing, a feature that allows you to hear how the audio track sounds when moving the cursor through each frame within the timeline.
IMO, this helps a lot for more precision with audio editing. Vegas Pro doesn’t have this feature and for me, it’s frustrating; but right now I’m stuck with it.
Out of curiosity, for those who work with fan edits, do you rely on frame by frame audio scrubbing?
Also, is there any other software that allows this feature? Media Player Classic has it when moving the frame by frame, but it’s unreliable when working with a multi-channel audio mix for each track.
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