Learn how to quickly adjust volume in a recording.
- [Instructor] Here in my demo voiceover,…despite my best efforts,…there are variations in my vocal track.…Some words are a bit soft,…and some may even be a little bit punchy.…Now, this is totally normal.…But it may make some parts difficult to understand.…I'm going to show you how to adjust volume,…so everything is loud and clear.…I'm gonna zoom in a bit here so I can see what I'm doing,…and select the clip so I can see the green line.…Now, let's say this section right here…I want to be just a little bit louder.…Say starting right here,…I'm gonna position the playhead…and then drag out the handles for the wave form…that I want to adjust.…
Now, I can just pull it up here on this green line,…and as I move up the volume comes up.…Now, if you're wondering how loud to go,…I find somewhere between three quarters to the top…and the top bar sounds pretty good…even on tiny laptop speakers and earbuds.…Definitely, you don't wanna push it up…above the top bar like this.…This can cause clipping and a harsh distorted sound.…
- Determine which action is used to add a video to a specific point in a project.
- Explore the path used to adjust project dimensions.
- Define B-roll.
- Recall the purpose of masking.
- Name the feature used to add zooms, pans, or tilts to media.
- Identify the probable cause of missing files in a project.
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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