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Lesson 11. Working with Audio > Adjusting Audio Levels

Adjusting Audio Levels

As you watch the Audio Meters, if you see that the volume of a clip is too low or high, you can adjust it in either the Viewer or the Timeline. Adjusting the audio level of a clip is a very simple process. Again, the most important factor to keep in mind is consistency. If you are working with several different sound bites, determine a good level for that type of sound and try to make those clips fall within a consistent range. Determine a range for your background sounds, such as sound effects, and be consistent about those levels as well.

Adjusting Audio in the Viewer

You can adjust audio volume levels in the Viewer by dragging a volume level overlay line. You can also use the Level slider or enter a dB level in the numerical entry box. In addition to volume changes, you can adjust audio in the Viewer in another way, by making a clip's sound pan from one channel to the other.


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