I have a multi track wave file (no video) with different members of a panel speaking. I would like to treat the tracks like a multi "cam" for audio, so that I can switch between the active tracks. How can I do this? I was thinking of detaching each track and then trying to create a multicam clip, but not sure about the best approach.
That may be the 1st step, but then how do I simply select which voice to hear when? I don't want to have to individually region fade all but one track, so I have 5 tracks and when person on track 2 is speaking, I would need to fade to zero tracks 1, 3, 4 and 5. This is too tedious for a 2 hr long recording.
If it was "multi cam" style, I would just click track 2 if that is the main speaker.
pszilard wrote: That may be the 1st step, but then how do I simply select which voice to hear when?....
I think Tom is right -- for a multi-channel .wav file, you can expand audio components, then mark a full-length range on each track with the "R" key, disable each with the "V" key. You'll still see a dimmed version of the waveform, so you can visually see when a person is talking. You then simply draw short ranges and re-enable those with V when that person is speaking. It doesn't require breaking apart the polyphonic .wav file or doing audio-only multi-cam in the Angle Editor. It would look something like this: