Ability to see audio waveform and video in source window
The ability to see a waveform and the video at the same time.
Spectrum Production commented
OMG guys, when are you adding this - editing documentary without this and using markers is so painful!!
Anthony Vescio commented
pleas please please implement this
Paul Toth commented
If I had to add anything it would be to allow user to choose which audio track(s) they want to see/use
Perry Childs commented
Coming from FCPX where it's a simple tick of a box to view both vision & waveforms, I really can't believe this isn't a feature here. Please add.
MATT HOECKER commented
While we're talking improvements for the source window, a very small thing that I would like to see that's along the same lines:
When you are viewing the waveform, currently you can only drag the audio or the video to the timeline individually, but not both. When video is being viewed in the source monitor, you can just click the image and drag it to the timeline and will get both audio and video, however in the audio view, clicking and dragging scrubs through the waveform. It would be as simple as adding a 3rd button to the icons below the source that has both video and audio with a link symbol that would allow to drag both from there.
Derek Schrader commented
I would love this with a mute button for the Source monitor for scrubbing B-roll.
I've done the toggling thing plenty, but for longer interviews I'll put the whole clip (or series of clips) in a sequence, open the audio time line and use the waveforms there to do the same thing, but cut out the parts I don't want, so I'm left with edited selects. If I'm careful to place markers on the tracks (rather than the in the sequence time line) I'll even have marked master clips ... case I need them.
Jesus Delgado commented
This is seriously so simple yet such a good feature. Why haven't they done this from the beginning?
Ant Pruitt commented
Love this idea
Jonas Helmersson commented
This is what I've been needing the whole autumn, please add this feature!
Evan Scales commented
Yes! This would be fantastic.
Michael Demetriou commented
I have pushed for a request to have auto scroll when playing audio wave forms back in the source monitor. Currently it doesn't scroll along when you play them when zoomed in, would need to so this also when playing audio/video together in monitor. The source monitor needs some serious love.
Would also be nice to see the audio keyframes if any are present
Philip Neves commented
If you click the wrench icon and choose Open in Timeline you'll get something pretty close to what you want — but only for one source clip at a time.
Priestly Andoh commented
I don't know, why they don't add this already?
Such a shame
George Ramsay commented
yup already part of non-subscription model NLE (davinci)
Alfred Zanini commented
Totally agree! This should definitely be a feature
Yes! An audio waveform overlay would be tremendously helpful!!
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
Yes! Davinci Resolve has this. Premiere Pro should too! As long as users have the option to easily turn it on/off.
Jeremy Abbott commented
Wow this would be a great option that I never considered before.