When I record in PowerPoint, the audio and video tracks are combined. When I record from the screen, the audio and video tracks are separate.
1. Why are they combined when I record in PowerPoint?
2. When I record from the screen, how can I get both tracks to be combined on the timeline?
My guess here is that the separate audio track is that "System Sound" and the video track actually has the microphone track combined with it just as you see when you record from PowerPoint.
Cheers... Rick :)
Tip: edit your sound track/video first BEFORE you add you special effects (especially Pan/Zoom), select all and group everything. Add your effects now and they will act just the way you would like them to, even between hard Cuts in edits.
If your recording is a TREC created using Camtasia Recorder, and you recorded audio, then you can right-click on the recording on your timeline and choose Separate Video and Audio from the menu.
Just for others who might come to this post, I am including links to two help topics here.
1. Timeline editing - shows all the features of the timeline: https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/226873987-Timeline-Tracks-and-Basic-Editing
2. Audio editing - shows all the audio editing options: https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/222160928-Audio-Editing-and-Effects