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Is it possible to delete the original audio in "Native Audio" and use the track to replace it with your own audio (in case you would want to use a seperate recording device for audio rather than the camera). I use some more advanced audio programs to create the sound of my movies, but then I come across the problem of not having enough audio tracks... sound effects: used up by sound effects... Background audio: used up by music... narraration: used up by more sound effects, and well- narraration... Native audio: unremovable to my knowledge. Is there a way to indeed remove it? It's very complicated having to use internal tracks for each individual cut....

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You can Mute it, by choosing Edit\ Native Audio and moving the slider all the way to the left ( -34 )

 

I know about the muting, but my issue is the fact that I need an extra audio track... I mean, there are only four audio tracks available, and I need like 5 or 6, or replacing native with another.

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I know about the muting, but my issue is the fact that I need an extra audio track... I mean, there are only four audio tracks available, and I need like 5 or 6, or replacing native with another.

 

You've got more audio tracks. Switch to the Timeline view. Go to the little box on the left with the + - signs. Select Background Audio, Narration, Effects.

 

In addition to those 3 tracks that can all be used for sound, you've got 3 more INTERNAL tracks.

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I know about the muting, but my issue is the fact that I need an extra audio track... I mean, there are only four audio tracks available, and I need like 5 or 6, or replacing native with another.

 

You cannot remove the native track.

Besides using the internal tracks you could also fill the existing 3 tracks and then outout your production to an DV avi file. Then reload your new avi and you will have 3 new audio tracks available.

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