Using the voiceover tool


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Using the voiceover tool

iMovie includes a very nice Voiceover tool for quickly adding your own voice to narrate or comment on your movies. Use your Mac's built-in microphone or any external mic attached to your Mac. To record a voiceover, click the Voiceover button, choose the microphone you want to use and then adjust the Input Volume if possible. You will notice here that the Input Volume is grayed out, since the volume control for this FastTrack Pro USB Interface is on the front panel of the device. If you find the control grayed out, be sure to look on your device to see if there is an adjustment available.

You should always try to get the levels and the meters as high as possible, without causing them to go under the red zone, which means the sound will be distorted when played back. Choose a Noise Reduction level. To remove as much background noise as possible, move the slider to the right, its default position. To keep some background noise in the recording, you can move it to the left. For a smoother...

Using the voiceover tool
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Using the voiceover tool provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Damian Allen as part of the iMovie '09 Essential Training

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iMovie
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