Audio increment Adjustments in Premiere CC
by Jordan Nagasako on Jun 1, 2016 at 11:31:02 pm
Hi I have two issues I'm trying to figure out with Premiere but can't seem to find the answer.
1) can you adjust the audio so that when raising the levels from the timeline it will go higher than 6.02db like up to 12 db like FCP 7 does? Or do I have to you use the gain setting after I'm up to 6.02db it's just one extra step I'd prefer to avoid.
2) when adjusting audio levels is there away where it is larger increments than such small fractions of db se still how it's 1.52 Id rather it be just 1.50 or 2.0? I would be nice if the increments weren't so small so that it was easy to adjust the levels between clips.
Thanks so much!
Re: Audio increment Adjustments in Premiere CC by Walter Soyka on Jun 2, 2016 at 2:16:21 pm
You can bump a clip's volume up or down 1 dB with the square bracket keys [ and ].
If you need to raise a clip's volume 12 dB to make it work, perhaps you should consider using a compressor or dynamics processing to raise the level of the interesting-but-soft parts without also raising the noise floor and clipping the interesting-but-loud parts.