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Eugen157
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Palm Springs area, So.CA Joined: Dec 10, 2012 13:57 Messages: 660 Offline
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Hi

Is there any way to change the audio level of say, three high lighted scenes at once, rather than diddling with each scene ?.

Thanks

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Quote: Hi

Is there any way to change the audio level of say, three high lighted scenes at once, rather than diddling with each scene ?.

Thanks

Eugene

Hi Eugen157,
Are your scenes/clips on the same track? If they are.

Place then in a separate track
Go to the Audio Mixing Room
And use the horizontal Audio gain option or select Normalize.

You can drag the three (linked) clips back into any track afterwards.

Is that a workable work-around? Hope it helps. In editing nothing is fixed and the slices can all be moved around and replaced.

Dafydd
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Eugen157
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Palm Springs area, So.CA Joined: Dec 10, 2012 13:57 Messages: 660 Offline
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Thanks for the pointer. I tried it on the same track by leaving a gap but no go. Will use the different track method. Thanks.

I feel, compared to other editing software I have used, that the audio here is a step child. For example a VU type display would be nice.

Eugene 73s, WA6JZN ex DL9GC
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4K 24" ViewSonic monitor.Camera Sony FDR-A
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