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How to disable auto audio playback on cursor

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In 4.10 there is a new feature

when we put cursor to select video

audio is plaing automatically

 

Now editing process is ALWAYS goes with constant noise when I put cursor there and there for making cuts.

 

Question: how can I disable this feature???

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For now I found solution:

 

when we select by pointing red CARET we hear audio

but if we select by pointing red vertical LINE under caret - there is no sound but selection and cursor moves ok

 

That's a workaround for now, untill we found out where the option to turn this feature off.

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Click the "speaker" icon at the left of the audio track/s.

 

That's ok solution for one audio track project, but if there are several tracks it is very annoying to turn them off / on because by this button audio is disabled even when I press PLAY button (or Space button). But when I press Play button I do want to hear sound.

 

I do not want to head sound when I move cursor around and cut and paste portions of video.

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That's a handy feature, but for those who don't want it perhaps the developers can be persuaded to allow the user to toggle it on/off in OPTIONS.

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I actually have the opposite problem. On my old computer, I could hear sounds as I moved the cursor while editing, which helped me tremendously in knowing exactly where to splice. However, when I migrated to a new computer, this feature is now not there, and running my cursor back and forth along the audio track doesn't produce any sound. How can I get this feature back?

 

Many thanks.

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It's called Audio Scrubbing. The toggle button can be found on Main Toolbar > Audio Tab:

 

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