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admin [Syncing With Audio Markers]
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 ===== Syncing With Audio Markers ===== ===== Syncing With Audio Markers =====
  
-Audio markers are indicators for important times in an audio item. In a song audio markers ​whould ​be placed on the beat of the music. Markers are displayed as thin red lines on top of the audio waveform. Markers can be active (opaque red line) or inactive (transparent red line). Only active markers are used for synchronisation.+Audio markers are indicators for important times in an audio item. In a song audio markers ​would be placed on the beat of the music. Markers are displayed as thin red lines on top of the audio waveform. Markers can be active (opaque red line) or inactive (transparent red line). Only active markers are used for synchronisation.
  
 When audio has markers and the slides above the audio are set to "​Continue at Audio Marker",​ then the transition to the next slide **always** happens when the currently playing audio passes a marker. This helps to stay in sync, even if something preceding the current slide was changed. ​ When audio has markers and the slides above the audio are set to "​Continue at Audio Marker",​ then the transition to the next slide **always** happens when the currently playing audio passes a marker. This helps to stay in sync, even if something preceding the current slide was changed. ​
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-To remove an audio marker, right-click an audio marker in the Timeline and select <​html><​span class='​menuItem'>​Audiomarker</​span></​html> ​<​html><​span class='​menuItem'>​Delete</​span></​html>​ from the context menu. Another option is to simply drag a marker outside of the audio item.+To remove an audio marker, right-click an audio marker in the Timeline and select <​html><​span class='​menuItem'>​Audiomarker</​span></​html> ​ <​html><​span class='​menuItem'>​Delete</​span></​html>​ from the context menu. Another option is to simply drag a marker outside of the audio item.
  
- <​html><​div class='​warning'>​If audio markers are fairly close together (e.g. 1s), FotoMagico may not be able to load the images files quickly enough during playback and precise synchronisation cannot be guarranteed. For this reason try not to create markers that are too close together.</​div></​html>​+<​html><​div class='​warning'>​If audio markers are fairly close together (e.g. 1s), FotoMagico may not be able to load the images files quickly enough during playback and precise synchronisation cannot be guaranteed. For this reason try not to create markers that are too close together.</​div></​html>​
  
 <​html><​div class='​note'>​This limitation only applies to a live presentation. When exporting your slideshow to a QuickTime movie, the exact timing is always respected.</​div></​html>​ <​html><​div class='​note'>​This limitation only applies to a live presentation. When exporting your slideshow to a QuickTime movie, the exact timing is always respected.</​div></​html>​