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In this video tutorial, Floh Peters takes a look at Media 100 Suite's new VoiceOver Tool. The VoiceOver Tool allows direct-to-timeline audio recording while playing back timeline audio and video. Primarily designed for recording narration, the VoiceOver Tool leverages Media 100 Suite's new MultiClip architecture to allow for multiple takes nested inside a single audio clip in the timeline.



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