How to match the level of different audio tracks with different audio levels?

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I have different videos and the audio levels of those videos vary from each other. I want the audio level of the tracks to be the same.
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Samarn Sumrith

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Edit video audio in Audacity with normalize effects. then import to Camtasia and replace old audio with new audio from Audacity.
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Thank you friend for your reply. I am already familiar with adobe audition and able to match levels there. I wanted to know if there was a way to do this in Camtasia. If there isn't a way, this feature should be added.
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Yes it does,


 I use Adobe audition myself and never really used Camtasia 9's volume leveling.

 So I added some very dissimilar audio tracks and selected all of them.Applied audio leveling and set it to "High". I could have went with a Custom setting and attempted to tailor things.

One track was just my voice and the other tracks were music. 
I exported the end results to Adobe Audition.Here's what the end result looked like.
Regards,Joe

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Nice move. Do a comment instead of a reply to step on my post. OK
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Joe Morgan

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Actually I started typing my response and uploaded the image of the filter.Then, I decided to run a test and get some results as part of my response.

The took quite a bit of time.I wasn't trying to STEP on you post. If I were doing that,I would have posted my response below yours where it would probably be seen by more people.
 
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Though I don't go this route,  I use Audacity.  You could give this a try.

Select a clip/video,  than click the "Audio" icon in the left sidebar.

Drag the "Volume Leveling" effect onto the clip

Set the Volume variation on the right side properties panel.

Do for each clip and apply the same variation.

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Actually, if you want to match the volume level of different audio clips.

You want to apply the filter to all the audio clips simultaneously as I outlined above.

Regards,Joe