Hi I am using AVS Video Editor 4.2, and in the "volume and balance" menu, you can slide the 3 sliders anywhere between 0 to the left and 200 to the right.
And the three sliders are for "Main Video," "Video Overlay," and "Audio Mix" (audio mix = extra audio you have added).
I made a video and I added audio, but I don't want the audio in the original video to be heard.
So, I turned the audio of the main video to 0, and the video overlay to 0, but what should I turn the "audio mix" to?
When I tried turning it to the middle - 100, it ended up sounding too quiet when I uploaded it to YouTube and watched/listened back to it.
So I redid it on 200, but now I think it might sound distorted. Or at least the part of my video with voices sounds distorted. I don't know if the music does.
Anyone know what setting it SHOULD be at?
Oh! ps: to my question...
You know the red line that you can move up and down and diagonally in an added audio track...?
If I want that line to just stay straight across, how far up should that red line be....?
Should it be halfway or 3 quarters of the way, or all the way up?
Will all the way up also cause distortion?