Normalizing your audio


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Normalizing your audio

Podcasting is a very popular way to reach portable media players. The benefits of podcasting are vast, but there is one thing to keep in mind. Chances are when you have a podcast; you're listening on the little tiny earbuds directly plugged into your brain. Now if the audio quality is bad, people are going to stop watching. So if the volumes keep going up and down and gets really dramatic all of a sudden, they might be prone to stop playback or pause it. All of these things are going to interrupt the viewer's enjoyment.

Now what you need to realize is that there is an easy way to fix this. Most video editing tools offer a feature called Normalizing. You can go ahead and select the audio in your timeline and then apply a Normalization Effect. If it's not available in your timeline, it might be found in a companion audio tool that's included with your Video Nonlinear Editing System. Remember, here on Lynda.com, we have comprehensive training on many different software tools...

Normalizing your audio
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Normalizing your audio provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Maximizing Your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication

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