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Audio Timeline

 
What used to be a simple visual aid providing help with spotting, now is feature rich and useful tool which can manipulate many parameters just with a mouse.
 
Audio Timeline
 

 
1

Magnify

Magnification of the Waveform amplitude slider
2

Amplify

Amplification of the Waveform amplitude slider
3

Zoom

Zoom In and Out the entire Timeline. Do the same with mouse Scroll. There are 8 zoom levels.
4

Spectrum Gain

Audio Spectrum Gain threshold slider
5

Zoom Max Freq

Audio Spectrum frequency cut-off level
6

Spectrum area

Upper half of the timeline shows the spectrum. If the spectrum is turned off, it will be showing top half of waveform.
7

Waveform area

Lower half of timeline is reserved for the waveform.
8

Custom Marker

Custom markers
9

Current Position

 
10

Distance Indicators

Show distance in frames to previous or next point of interest - cue or marker.
11

Scene Change Marker

Shows the change of scene in used media. Markers are generated automatically during the first usage of the media when using the local media files. Online media may depend on the connected service.
Specific marker can be deleted by right clicking on it and selecting delete; custom marker can be inserted by right clicking on the empty space and selecting Set.
12

Current Subtitle

Current subtitle is highlighted.
13

Forbidden after SC zone

When the current subtitle has problems around SC the respective forbidden zone is shown - depending on which sub-zone (red or green) the cue falls it is suggested to move the cue to the end of that zone.
14

Invalid Interval

Invalid intervals are shown in red indicating the current duration of the interval in frames.
15

Invalid Around SC

Values represents the deviation from the settings made in the Subtitle Check Options and Titles Preferences
16

Subtitle

This rectangle shows the subtitle number it stands for, its width fits the subtitle duration - left side being the In-Cue, while right is the Out-Cue.
 
 

Popup Menu

 
 
The Main Audio Timeline can be undocked from the application window.
 

Mouse operations

 
 

More examples:

 
Waveform only:
 
Spectrum only:
 
Filmstrip: