Audio 

There are two different audio modes.  

Scene audio clips

  • Voice Over lets you record from your microphone

  • Import your own audio clips in .wav format.

  • Can be placed anywhere in a scene using the Audio Track feature.

Global audio  (loops through the entire project)

  • Built-in background music, includes dozens of looping songs.  

  • Custom Audio Track lets you import your own custom audio track as a music bed.

Scene Audio Clips - each scene can have multiple audio clips.  Clips can be recorded with microphone or imported  as wave files.

  • Audio file must be ".wav" format.  Mono tracks are preferred.

  • Import multiple clips per scene.  Trim clips and adjust volume.

  • "Move Back" and "Move Forward" buttons help to organize the clips for easier editing.

  • Drag and Drop clips into the Timeline.

Audio Track

    The Audio Track gives you precise control over your audio. You can insert, trim, and delete clips within the Audio Track. Audio Clips can either be created with the device’s microphone, or imported.

 

Important: Imported audio files must be in the .wav format.

Click on an audio track to view these additional options.

 

Move Back/Forward: Adjust the visibility of an audio clip in the timeline. This is only used to help when multiple clips are overlapped.

 

Delete: Remove the clip from the track.

Click on the Audio Track once and select Add Clip to bring up the Insert Audio File menu. This is where you can import or create new audio clips. Audio clips can be dragged and dropped from this menu right into the Audio Track.

The Audio Track Bar displays the clip’s filename as well as its waveform. You can trim it by dragging on the left/right edge of the clip.

Music Bed

Global Audio - is different from Scene Audio.  It will play across all of the scenes and is not editable in each scene.

  • To access the Global Audio, press the "Music Bed' Button.

Importing a Global Audio (Music Bed) clip:

  • Audio file must be ".wav" format

  • Press the Import icon.

  • iOS use Airdrop or Email

    ShotPro comes with 40 built-in songs for you to use in your Projects. They can be accessed in the Sidebar -> Music Bed section. Music Beds start at the beginning of the project and loop until the very end. 

If the built-in tracks do not cover your needs, you can import your own. Just click on the Import button on the right hand side of the My Music Bed button.

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