Photoshop: Show audio waveform when editing on timeline

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How about adding audio waveforms when editing timeline so video editors can more accurately slice audio and video clips to their desire?
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Chris Cox

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I'm guessing you meant in Photoshop...
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steve adobe

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Of course
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Audio Waveform in Photoshop's timeline.

It would be really useful to be able to see a sound waveform in the timeline in Photoshop.

I animate using Photoshop's Timeline, and being able to see the waveform of sound or music would be really useful for things like lip-sync or syncing to a beat or rhythm.
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Agree with you, I had to do these workaround (screenrecording it in an audio software and importing it in Photoshop as a video file) to have it!
https://vimeo.com/67502575#comment_13...

That will be way more convenient to have it in native!!
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Agree with you, I had to do these workaround (screenrecording it in an audio software and importing it in Photoshop as a video file) to have it!
https://vimeo.com/67502575#comment_13...

That will be way more convenient to have it in native!!