I have a track of video and three tracks of audio. Track 3 of audio is background music, so I’ve disabled sync lock.
I usually ignore these issues, but I’ve been trying to cut with more of an Avid style (more lifts, extracts, using the trim monitor more), so why is Track 3 of audio blocking my ripple delete if sync lock is disabled for the track?
I created the gap by selecting an in and out on the timeline and using extract(‘). Cutting gaps with the razor tool leads to the same issue. Normal trim edits seem to work with sync lock as I assume it would. The gap aspect seem to be the most upsetting to the procedure.
Oddly, if I butt up track 3 of audio to the start of the timeline, ripple delete is unblocked.
Is my mode of thinking incorrect somewhere?
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