Mixing several tracks of audio Use keyframes Premiere Elements 11


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Mixing several tracks of audio using keyframes

Keyframing is a very powerful feature in Premiere Elements. It can be used to create a number of special-effects in animations, but it can also be used to mix your audio levels and to control your volume at specific points in your movie. Now, we have a movie here in which we have a video clip on Audio 1 and Video 1. We have narration on the narration track, and we have music on the soundtrack. The music sounds great, but when the narration comes in, the narration and music are just as loud. Now, the music is at 100% and the narration is at 100%, and when the narration comes in, they're both equally loud and they kind of compete with each other.

I'll just play the timeline by clicking on the spacebar here and you can hear it. (video playing) Okay, what we want to do is when the narration comes in, we want to fade back the music, make the music softer. And then when the narration is over, music comes back up again. There are actually three ways to do that in the program. One is a manua...

Mixing several tracks of audio using keyframes
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Mixing several tracks of audio using keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Grisetti as part of the Up and Running with Premiere Elements 11

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