Show Audio Waveform in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to show the audio waveform in Premiere Pro Creative Cloud 2015.


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Steps

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    To begin, make sure that Premiere Pro Creative Cloud 2015 is open
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    Click and hold a clip in the project window
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    Drag the clip to the timeline
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    Then, click the wrench icon that appears at the top of this window
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    In the menu, make sure that "Show Audio Waveform" is checked
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    Once this has been done, you can click and hold the "A1" track
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    "A1" is "Audio 1".
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    Drag "A1" down
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    Release the mouse button
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    You will be able to see the audio waveform.
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    Alternatively, you can double-click "A1" to show the waveform
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