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How Do I Export a Custom Sound I Created To My Desktop Not Entire Audio Track?

If I create a sound effect in iMovie can I just grab that one effect and not the whole soundtrack or dialog track?

Why I am trying to export a sound I created without importing the entire sound track or dialog track is this. I want to share my sounds individually with a person that does post work for TV and Movies.
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Mickey B

Comments: One Response to “How Do I Export a Custom Sound I Created To My Desktop Not Entire Audio Track?”

    4 months ago

    One way to do it is to copy and paste the section with the audio into a new iMovie project, and then export using the Audio Only option. If the part with the audio is part of a larger clip, then use the Split Clip before and after so you can grab just that section.

    You can also export the entire video then open it in QuickTime Player. You can trim it to the section you want in QuickTime Player and then export as Audio Only from there.

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