I would like to set markers on my audio layer that will drive its volume.
So for example I have a clip that comes in with a voice over and I would like the background audio bed to drop down quiet whilst the voice is on and then when the voice over has finished the bed comes back up again, but I would like to drive this by markers as opposed to keyframes. ("In" and "Out" markers). This will happen multiple times over the course of the programme.
I would also like a slider to control how quiet the audio drops to again rather than keyframing this in, so I vary this as I need.
Finally, I would like the audio to fade down to its quiet level over an number of keyframes but I would like to be able to control this number again with a slider....
I have no clue how to do this, could anyone help? Is this even doable?
I think this will work for what you want. At odd-numbered markers, it ramps the audio level down by the decibels specified by the fadeAmt slider over the number of frames specified by the fadeFrames slider. At even-numbered markers, it ramps back to the pre-expression value.