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Tom Trow

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  1. Thank you, Borate, for all your work on this! Tom
  2. Thanks Nat and Borate, Yes, it does coincide with a split, albeit only a split which occurred when I was cutting another track and did not lock the clip with the person reading the story. I have tried splitting a "silent" bit as suggested and it does indeed create a click, where no click previously existed. If anyone is happy to take a look, I have uploaded the whole thing as a zip here: https://stjamestrowbridge-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/av_stjamestrowbridge_co_uk/ETVQ5FTWzk9ElnVcy-3ct_MBwPNt6hPFCiVvPNTViuG7Fg?e=A9TLEc Or individual files here: https://stjamestrowbridge-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/av_stjamestrowbridge_co_uk/EgXnA31_rMxAouj338YCPLABM88yCjJr7E-DONOKwcBCbw?e=AHWzso I made this with version 8.91, but have just upgraded to 10.12 and the problem remains. Thanks again, Tom
  3. Hello, I am editing together a virtual school assembly and having a problem with "clicks" appearing on one particular track every time I have made a split in the video track. This occurs at the start and end of most segments, but also a few places where I have split a clip into two bits whilst splitting another track (having not locked the original track). A good example is at on the word "Drink" at https://youtu.be/jh5DU6eyPYA?t=75. This was fine before I made the cut, but the "click" appeared once it had been cut. You will see this occurs on several other points in the video with this link showing a good example - https://youtu.be/jh5DU6eyPYA?t=266 The clicking occurs when playing it on Videopad during editing as well as on the final export. I have not encountered this before and there as nothing unusual with this particular clip in the way it was recorded. I did remove a little bit of hum on that track with the "Noise Removal" tool, but have also experimented with taking the noise removal off with no joy. Would be grateful if anyone can point me in the direction of how I can sort this? Many thanks, Tom
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