Old 01-05-2019, 12:04 AM   #1
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trying out linux and have to re-set up a number of things that i haven't had to deal with for a very long time.

whenever i drag a portion of a wav from the media explorer display to my timeline it comes in with two looping options turned on by default. how do i turn those off. it's driving me crazy.

another thing is the explorer display of the wav itself. i have a lot of ambience files that have almost no level to them so, in the timeline, i just use a key command, something like shift-up-arrow, not in front of it right now, to increase the visual display of the wav graphic without affecting the actual level. how do i do that in the explorer display.

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Old 01-05-2019, 01:55 AM   #2
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whenever i drag a portion of a wav from the media explorer display to my timeline it comes in with two looping options turned on by default. how do i turn those off.
Right-click over the Media Explorer tab and check the options in the menu.

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i just use a key command, something like shift-up-arrow, not in front of it right now, to increase the visual display of the wav graphic without affecting the actual level. how do i do that in the explorer display.
Ctrl + mousewheel should do that.
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Old 01-05-2019, 12:27 PM   #3
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ahhhhhh. so much better. thanks so much, x.

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