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How To Adjust Volume On Internal Track?

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In my production I have a narration track. When I click on the Edit Volume Envelope button, I get the option for moving the volume up or down at any point with the green line.

 

I want to use the original (native?) audio from one of my videos. I found options for adjusting the volume within the Internal Track. It allows me to mute or fade in or fade out as well as gives a numeric slide. But I do not see an option for the volume envelope where you can actually see the sound (in yellow) and then manually adjust the volume with the green line.

Is this not available?

 

Is there another (better) way to use the original sound for a video and then have the ability to regulate the volume?

 

Thank you for the help!! :)

 

Larry

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To adjust the volume of the native audio, just double-click the audio in the native audio track and the Audio Editor window opens where you can adjust the volume.

Edited by myguggi

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Thanks for the reply!

 

I also forgot that I needed to click on the "Show Tracks Button" so that the Native Audio would be visible.

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I noticed in my Native Audio where people are singing that there is a fraction of a second where there is NO sound, a very short glitch in the recording.

 

Can I fix this?

 

I tried cutting it out but it is so short I was unsuccessful. Is there some trick in the Audio Editor box that I need to know about?

 

Thank you again!

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Did you listen to the original recording to see if there was a glitch there? If you have the trim function available, you can cut out as little as 10 frames -- fractions of a second.

 

Clarification: Trim is related to the video edit.

 

Is the place where there is silence near a transition in the video so you can split and add a transition?

Edited by sknis

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Yes, the glitch is in the original recording. The silence comes in the middle of a song. In the past I have only used trim to cut off the beginning or end. Will it work in the middle?

 

I can just leave it like it is. It works. But "perfection" would be better. :)

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How many frames long is the "imperfection"? Trim can be used to cut 10 or less frames from the "internal" video.

 

Move the cursor to exact frame where the silence begins and create a split. You then select the right segment and trim off the faulty frames. This will of course also remove an equal number of video frames which may be also be very noticeable.

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How many frames long is the "imperfection"? Trim can be used to cut 10 or less frames from the "internal" video.

 

Move the cursor to exact frame where the silence begins and create a split. You then select the right segment and trim off the faulty frames. This will of course also remove an equal number of video frames which may be also be very noticeable.

 

Please remember that I am a novice at this! :D

 

I tried to do what you said. But when I go into TRIM I only see the video. I can't see the Native Audio Track so I don't know exactly where the glitch is, nor exactly how long it is. Is there something I'm doing wrong?

And I'm not sure what you mean by move the cursor to the EXACT FRAME. From what I see TRIM is not nearly that precise.

 

I can see the EXACT spot in the AUDIO Editor, but I don't see any options for cutting out the fraction of silence. :wacko:

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NOT in Trim!

 

Use Trim to locate the exact time and frame, 00:12:03:21 (hh:mm:ss:frame) for the Start and End of the silence.)

 

Then in the Timeline view move to the Start frame, click the clip and SPLIT.

 

Move to the End of Silence frame, click the clip and Split. Delete.

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I appreciate all of the help. And your patience with me!

 

I did the splitting and deleting. Now the problem is the volume at the VERY end of the first section goes down. And the volume at the VERY beginning of the next section (after the split) fades in. I tried and tried and tried to PULL UP the volume at the end of the first part and the beginning of the next part but it would not budge.

Is there a secret to this?

 

Thank you!

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I appreciate all of the help. And your patience with me!

 

I did the splitting and deleting. Now the problem is the volume at the VERY end of the first section goes down. And the volume at the VERY beginning of the next section (after the split) fades in. I tried and tried and tried to PULL UP the volume at the end of the first part and the beginning of the next part but it would not budge.

Is there a secret to this?

 

Thank you!

 

How about a screen cap of that? Posting info, HERE

 

Looking for something like this:

 

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