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Enabling Clip Audio

When you add clips to a trailer, the audio from those clips is muted so as not to interfere with the dramatic music. In many cases matching the audio with the storyline of the trailer is tricky. In our case, adding a bark here or there from the action video clips will not significantly take away from the drama.

  1. In the Storyboard pane, skim to the 1.1-second “wide” shot near the end of the trailer (Nima on the gravel).

    If you skim over this clip, you can see she is barking. It might be nice to add her voice to her trailer so her fans can hear her.

  2. In the upper-left corner of the thumbnail, click the Audio button.

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  3. To view your change, skim back a few clips and press the Spacebar to begin playing.

The audio adds a little personal touch to this trailer. You can add more of your own personal touch to this trailer by changing some of the storyline Apple provides.

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