since i am not experienced and talented in recording guide clips while speaking, i record the video in silence and then add the audio, also in parts, my problem is the parts volume and tone sometimes different, my noob question is if there a way to match all the parts to be same tone and volume?
Thank you in advance
If you are using the Camtasia Voice Narration and saving those independent audio recordings to a .wav format then you could try using the using the Audio Effects>Volume Leveling on each of those selections for the different audio parts you import into your video.
These are just a few suggestions until we can get more information and if possible can you upload a video to allow us to see and hear what you are hearing ? Thanks for posting and hope to hear back. Have a great day/night.
I think you’ll find this YouTube video by Mike Russell I’m going to post quite helpful. I myself, am an Adobe audition user. I’ve been utilizing Mike’s Adobe Audition techniques for years.
This tutorial covers how to make your voice sound better. However, through the process of improving the sound of your voice. Subtle tone shifts in your voice disappear.
Doing this requires a number of steps. With one click of a button, I apply all of those steps in Adobe audition.
You can do the same thing using Audacity. I am also going to post a video of how you create chains in Audacity. This will give you the ability to import your audio into Audacity. Then with one click, you can process your audio 100 percent.
Audacity is a decent audio program; it’s capable of a lot of things. Its controls are a little clunky and it’s no Adobe Audition. But it can satisfy the needs of most Camtasia users.
As long as the tonal changes in your voice are subtle. This technique should be all you need to correct it. Plus, volume levels will match and I think you’re like the overall sound much better.
If your curious what it looks like in Audition
While it does a great job of volume leveling, it won't correct tonal changes, which is something I struggle with because my voice changes a lot. I haven't tried using the equalizer capability in Audacity yet, but I may do that today.
UPDATE: I just took a look in Audacity and while it appears that you can equalize individual clips, there doesn't appear to be a function that will equalize an entire track and even out the tonal variations. Perhaps someone here with more Audacity experience can comment on this.