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Sailor Vinni [Avatar]
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Hi all,

I'm using the Android app and what I miss is a way to normalize or to compress audio.

Is this possible?

Thanks.

Vinni
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optodata
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I don't see a tool for doing that, so try an Android audio editing app. If you have the desktop version of Director Suite, Audio Director can do it, as can the free Audacity app for Windows.
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

I don't have the desktop version and I have to do all editing on an Android device.
I've been searching for a good audio tool that can import and export complete video's but haven't found one.

Vinni

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optodata
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You should find a suitable app in the Play Store.

The best way to let Cyberlink know that you'd like to see that option added to the mobile app is to use the FAQs & Send Feedback option on the Settings menu. The devs seem pretty responsive to these kinds of requests.
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Sailor Vinni [Avatar]
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Quote You should find a suitable app in the Play Store.

The best way to let Cyberlink know that you'd like to see that option added to the mobile app is to use the FAQs & Send Feedback option on the Settings menu. The devs seem pretty responsive to these kinds of requests.


Well I tried a couple apps....but no succes. Most apps cannot import/export video file

Thanks.

Vinni
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optodata
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Quote Well I tried a couple apps....but no succes. Most apps cannot import/export video file


I think AudioLab would work because it has audio normalize and works with video clips. If not, you can try the approach in this discussion to get an audio-only file to use in the other apps you've tried.
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Sailor Vinni [Avatar]
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I think AudioLab would work because it has audio normalize and works with video clips. If not, you can try the approach in this discussion to get an audio-only file to use in the other apps you've tried.


I tried to import videofilms in Audiolab....but it's not possible.
Switched back to Kinemaster. Kinemaster has far more options to edit the sound within the app.

Vinni

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