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Old 28th May 2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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Hi all, I have a video/movie that I would like to increase the volume,is it possible to do this using MoviePlus X5?.
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Hi all, I have a video/movie that I would like to increase the volume,is it possible to do this using MoviePlus X5?.
Yes, you can increase the volume for the whole track, or just for one clip, or use keyframes to vary the volume level.

To increase the volume of the whole track:

- In timeline mode, click on the track header (the area at the left end of the audio track)
- With the audio track selected, display its Properties
- Adjust the gain. (Try increasing it in steps of 6dB, then making smaller adjustments))
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Hi all, I have a video/movie that I would like to increase the volume,is it possible to do this using MoviePlus X5?.
See the 'Audio effects and adjustments' section near the bottom of this MoviePlus X5 Tutorials page about audio techniques.

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