222 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 2, 2006 11:09 AM by Robert Lindsley
The extract audio command really places a copy of a the audio from a clip into one of the two audio tracks. At the same time it lowers the volume level in the original video to zero.
As you've discovered, once extracted, the extracted copy becomes it's own entity and will not reflect any further edits to the video clip.
At this point you could reset the volume in the video to 100% and re-extract or try to edit your audio to reflect the changes to your video.