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AjmetzAudio Levels / Volume Adjustment on a mass scale. ;-)
by on Jul 2, 2007 at 3:17:20 am

Hi,
I read on the COW a few months back how to adjust audio levels for a number of clips simultaneously...at least I thought I read that, unless I'm getting muddled up with the Apply ColourFX to Selected Clips function I learnt about a while back.

Anyway, here I am, doing volume adjusting on the final programme...and am adjusting the volumes per clip, which is quite labourious.
I did do a search on the Cow, but couldn't find the post I remembered...

...so can anyone quickly recap how adjusting the volume in multiple clips at once is achieved? That is, if it's even possible with my old OS9 7.5 version...


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Kieran MatthewRe: Audio Levels / Volume Adjustment on a mass scale. ;-)
by on Jul 2, 2007 at 9:44:08 am

Hi Ajmetz,

I'm trying to remember whether 7.5 has the master audio bus at the bottom of the timeline? I have a sinking feeling that it doesn't.

If it does, that can be used for global level changes and with Master audio clips, global audio EQ and effect.

K


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AjmetzRe: Audio Levels / Volume Adjustment on a mass scale. ;-)
by on Jul 6, 2007 at 11:56:28 pm

No master audio bus at the bottom.
I was thinking more like, how with Color FX there's that "Apply Colour FX to all selected clips" if there's a similar option for volume,so adjustments in one clip can be quickly applied to others too.

Anyway, no worries.
The really long part that needed adjusting, I just upped it in the mixer window, exported it and reimported it.
As for the rest...am being fiddly now and going through it clip at a time! =P


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Mark FrazierRe: Audio Levels / Volume Adjustment on a mass scale. ;-)
by on Jul 11, 2007 at 5:52:20 pm

You can apply audio EQ to multiple clips the same way as Color FX, so maybe a quick & dirty way to boost the needed clips is to create a custom EQ setting that raises the levels across the spectrum and apply that to the clips. Just a thought.


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