The sound volumes in your video can easily be adjusted to levels that both suit your video and are balanced between them. These volumes relate to the three sound sources in the video:

  • Voice-over
  • Music
  • Sound effects

Adjusting the volume of the music and voice-over can be especially helpful when you don't want one to overpower the other.

Note:

The sound volumes that you adjust apply to your entire program and not to a specific video or scene.


1.

Access your program in the Editor.

2.

From the scene line-up, select any scene.

3.

Click Preview.

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4.

Click the play button to preview the video with sound.

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5.

To adjust the sound volumes, click the Sound settings icon.

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By default, the volume of all three sound sources is 100%.

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6.

Use the volume sliders to adjust the sound of each source, as required.
▶ Click the sound icon sound_icon.jpg to set the maximum volume to 150%.
▶ Click the mute icon mute_icon.jpg to turn the sound source off completely.

In the example below, the voice-over is played at a high volume while the background music is played at a lower level. This will enable the audience to hear the narration more clearly.

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7.

After each sound adjustment, save your changes and preview the video.
▶ You can always reset all three sound volumes to 100% by clicking the Reset icon
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Remember that the sound settings you save always apply to the entire program—and not only to the video you are previewing.

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