MultiMeter Peak controls in Final Cut Pro
MultiMeter offers common Peak controls for the Analyzer and Goniometer metering tools. The Level and Correlation meters have separate Peak controls. See MultiMeter Level and Loudness controls in Final Cut Pro.
For information about adding the MultiMeter effect to a clip and showing the effect’s controls, see Add Logic effects to clips in Final Cut Pro.
Peak pop-up menu: Choose the hold time for all metering tools. Choose 2, 4, or 6 seconds—or an infinite hold time.
Note: The Hold button must be turned on for the selected time value to have an effect.
Hold button: Turn on peak hold for all metering tools in MultiMeter. This is displayed in the following ways:
Analyzer: A small segment above each 1/3-octave level bar indicates the most recent peak level.
Goniometer: All illuminated pixels are held during a peak hold.
Reset button: Reset the peak hold segments of all metering tools.
Return Rate pop-up menu: Shown only in mono instances. Choose how quickly analyzed signals return from peak/maximum levels to zero or incoming signal levels. This is expressed in dB per second.
Note: This parameter is shown below the MultiMeter Level and Loudness meters when a stereo instance is active.