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Editing in 2024 Version vs. 2023

Community Beginner ,
Dec 11, 2023 Dec 11, 2023

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Hello,

 When I split a track in audition 2024 and make the edits in the clip and then connect the clips together (before merging to make sure it sounds good), the clips easily glide across one another and overlap. I noticed they no longer connect (like tetris), but I have to zoom in to the minute second in order to connect the two clips to make sure the conversation flows (before merging). However, not too long ago - maybe a month or so (could have been while I still used Audition 2023), clips that were split easily came together. Like tetris, they clicked together without me having to zoom into the fullest magnification as possible, which made editing and clipping much smoother. Is there any way to see the latter in Audition 2024? Or any suggestions?

 

Thank you,

 Nicole

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Community Expert , Dec 11, 2023 Dec 11, 2023

Right-click on the timeline and select Snapping. Make sure that it is turned on, and that Snap to Clips is selected.

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Right-click on the timeline and select Snapping. Make sure that it is turned on, and that Snap to Clips is selected.

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