Audio adjustment

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I want to increase the audio of a selected section on my timeline. I can highlight the area, but the right-click menu does not give the option to "Increase Volume for Selected Audio". Basically, I'm asking for an improvement in the software to make this quicker to do. Currently you have to insert multiple audio points before you can adjust the audio levels for a selected portion of the timeline.

My recording was of a meeting with a Jabra 410 mic/speaker capturing everyone's voices.  Some of the participants' voices are quieter than others.  I want to quickly boost the sections of audio when they are speaking.  I want to highlight the section and boost that section.  This would be similar to the right-click option to silence a section of audio, but instead increasing the volume for the section.




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Posted 2 months ago

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Joe Morgan

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If you use the Red and Green selection handles to make a selection.
Have the audio tab selected.
You can drag the volume slider up or down on the audio track.
Audio points are created automatically.

Regards,Joe



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By "Audio Tab", do you mean audio track, or audio effects?  Yes, I have selected a portion of audio with the green and red buttons, but the four audio points shown on your screenshot, do not appear in my editor.
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The audio tab at the top right of the properties panel.
When you drag the volume slider up or down, the audio points will appear, not until.
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OK, now I see how to do it.  Thanks for explaining it.
Brad