Iīm editing a DVD on my road trip to Norway this summer and Iīve run into a problem with changing the volume of the audio of a single clip.
Letsīs say thereīs two clips after each other and Iīd like to change the volume of, say, audio 1 on the latter. I found the Audio Mixer via the help file, and think I learnt how to get started with it, but thereīs still something I donīt understand. If I click on the latter clip and then lower itīs audio volume on audio 1 with the Audio Mixer, the audio 1 of my whole sequence gets lowered!
Is there any way I can control the audio volume of an audio track of a single clip?
The Help library tells me the following:
1. Expand the track's view by clicking the triangle next to the audio track name.
2. Click the Show Keyframes button Show Keyframes button , and choose Show Clip Keyframes or Show Track Keyframes from the menu that appears.
3. Do one of the following to edit the time graph for the audio's level:
* To edit a clip's audio level, choose Volume:Level from the keyframe pop-up menu after the clip name. Be sure that you're editing the correct clip on the track.
4. Add or edit keyframes. For a uniform level setting, add just one keyframe to the time graph.
I can do as far as number three, but I donīt have a clue what number four is all about :( What does it mean to edit keyframes? That "weird stuff" in Effect Controls where you can move those dots horizontally?
Iīd really appreciate if anyone could explain me one of the many ways to, or simply tell me in one or two steps how to, control the volume levels! Cheers
Iīd also like to thank "Marc Peters" and "Llameante" for their help with my previous problem with slideshows. Thanks guys, I benefit from your tips every week.