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Need more volume?


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Without knowing more about your source files my best suggestion is try a different brand of media. There are lots of problems due to poor-quality media.

 

I should have been more clear. I get my files in Quik Time format and for some reason a lot of them have low volume so its not the media. I was looking for a way to make it louder before or while burning. But dont know if it is posable.

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I should have been more clear. I get my files in Quik Time format and for some reason a lot of them have low volume so its not the media. I was looking for a way to make it louder before or while burning. But dont know if it is posable.

Toast can't adjust the video or audio but other applications can. For example, in QuickTime Pro choose Movie Properties and then select the Audio or Sound track. Next, click Audio Settings. There you'll see an option to add (or decrease) up to 6 dB to the audio. You'd need to export that as a new file and add that to Toast.

 

MPEG Streamclip also has a volume adjustment in the Adjustments window of its "Export to QuickTime...."

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