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Audio

Import audio files to add audio layers (audio tracks). Clip Studio Paint can import 8-bit or 16-bit uncompressed WAV format files, MP3 files, and Ogg files.


 

Audio files cannot be imported if the timeline is not active.

1Select the frame

Select the frame from which to start playing the audio file in the [Timeline] palette.

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2Importing audio files

Select the [File] menu → [Import] → [Audio]. When the dialog box appears, select an audio file.

3Creating the audio clip

An audio track is created on the [Timeline] palette and an audio clip is created on the selected frame.

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·Audio clips can be edited like traditional clips. For details on editing, see "Timeline palette"  → "Operating the Timeline Palette"  → "Clip operations" .

·For details on editing audio files, see "Timeline palette"  → "Operating the Timeline Palette"  → "Key frame operation"  → "Keyframe settings" .

·Audio files (extensions wav, mp3, ogg) can also be imported by dragging and dropping them on the document window.

·Imported audio files can be listened to on the [Item bank] palette. For details on the [Item bank] palette, see  "Functions of Item bank Palette" .

·Multiple audio files and be loaded into audio tracks (layers). However, to play multiple audio files in the same frame, it is necessary to create as many audio tracks (layers) as audio files to be played. For details on how to create audio layers, see "Animation menu"  → "New animation layer"  → "Audio" .

 

 

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