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tramismile32 [Avatar]
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Hi.

I made one video in Power Director but I don't like one thing. In the two parts in the video everything is too much quiet and later on it is too loud. I used normalization function in the Power Director but there is still too big gap bettwen lowest sound in the video and highest one. Is there any other app which can automaticaly higher lower sound in the video and lower higher sound in the video? But there still needs to be some difference in sound level! I don't want that the sound level in my video would be flat.

I know I could do that in Power Director manually but I prefer that some app would do that more perfect than I could do manually.

Here is this video that I made. Maybe it is just me that thinks that some parts are too quiet and some too loud. But it is true that music in this video have originaly some quiet parts and some very loud parts.


Thank you.

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Quote Hi.

I made one video in Power Director but I don't like one thing. In the two parts in the video everything is too much quiet and later on it is too loud. I used normalization function in the Power Director but there is still too big gap bettwen lowest sound in the video and highest one. Is there any other app which can automaticaly higher lower sound in the video and lower higher sound in the video? But there still needs to be some difference in sound level! I don't want that the sound level in my video would be flat.

I know I could do that in Power Director manually but I prefer that some app would do that more perfect than I could do manually.

Here is this video that I made. Maybe it is just me that thinks that some parts are too quiet and some too loud. But it is true that music in this video have originaly some quiet parts and some very loud parts.


Thank you.


The normalize of PD does not work as in other editors or it does not increase the volume to the maximum standard.
PD to adjust the average volume between the various clips.
In the case of a file with variations, it is necessary to divide the parts with different volume to do a reasonable job.
In PD16 it was easy to do manually, just drag the audio line and observe the yellow peaks as the limit for a good volume.

To normalize audio in another application I use the Mp4Gain this increases to the maximum volume any audio file by creating a new audio file.
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Levelator. There is a link on my site. Extract the audio in PD, Run that file through Levelator and place it into an audio track in your timeline. Would be easiest and most effective, I think, to have a single produced media file rather than clips. HP Envy Phoenix/4thGen i7-4770(4@3.4GHz~turbo>3.9)
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