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Nick Karner
Manually Adjusting Audio
on Jul 27, 2012 at 3:46:20 pm

Hi. I can't seem to figure out how to do this. Is there a way to adjust the clip audio without having to make a key frame mark? As in, if I want the volume in a clip to be down to -4, but when I click on the volume line and pull it down, it only goes to -3.74 and then it skips to 5-something or other. So is there a way to actually type in what volume I'd like it be at. It's very strenuous having to click and ever so gently drag when I feel like there's probably an easier way to set the volume. Thanks very much.

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Chris Borjis
Re: Manually Adjusting Audio
on Jul 27, 2012 at 4:26:17 pm

those little thin lines between the tracks on the left side of the sequence?

you can grab them and pull them up or down to expand, if you zoom in
with them larger like that, you should be able to get more precise control.

also, if you select the clip or double click it, in the source viewer (top middle of app)
you can go to the effects tab and adjust the audio to any setting you wish.

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Bill Carnicelli
Re: Manually Adjusting Audio
on Jul 27, 2012 at 7:57:39 pm

In the timeline, right click on the audio track and select audio gain. This will pull up the audio gain window where you can just type in + or - X db. Or you can enter the exact db you want your audio set to.

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