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Posted on 2007-04-07
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I have a flash file that plays an MP3.  I want to 'dub' out certain words.  

I was able to click "Edit..."
Scroll the WAV file to the appropriate frame
then custom make the volume go out for a brief period of time.

Problem is it only lets me put 7 change points in the audio volume edit box.

Is there a way to programatically cut audio using a flash scrip command at a certain frame, then enable it at another frame?  That may help me overcome deficiencies in the editor.
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Question by:tmonteit
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The flash audio API doesn't provide that kind of functionality. Your best bet would be to manually edit it from an application like audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net

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I heard that you could have whole lot more functionality in AS3 and you could do your own editing if you program it right...

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