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Lesson 1. The World of Digital Video > Using audio in a video

Using audio in a video

Audio can play an equally important role to imagery in telling your story. In Adobe Premiere Elements, you can adjust audio qualities in the Timeline window. For example, you might combine dialogue clips with ambient background sounds and a musical soundtrack. Mixing audio in Premiere Elements can include any combination of the following tasks:

  • Fading (increasing or decreasing) the volume levels of audio clips over time.

  • Panning/balancing monophonic audio clips between the left and right stereo channels.

  • Using audio effects to remove noise, enhance frequency response and dynamic range, sweeten the sound, or create interesting audio distortions such as reverb.

  • Combining up to 99 audio tracks into a rich array of music, dialogue, and sound effects.


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