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    I captured video and audio from my video camera. The video and audio are together in one AVI file. When I started editing the video I thought that I would not want the sound that I captured, so I unlinked it, removed it from the project and edited the video how I wanted it. Now I would like to recover this audio.

    Is there an easy way to recover the audio that was captured with the video? Big thanks in advance!

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    Its still there in the original AVI. Just drop the AVI into the time line again and unlink the audio and video. You can then try and match the audio and video up again.

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    problem with that is that I have edited the video (cut it up, moved it around) and dont want to have to do that again. Is there a way I can click on a part of the clip and tell it to import that part of the audio?

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