To adjust your audio clip, you can try the following three ways:
- Step 1 Double-click on the audio clip.
- Step 2 Right-click on the audio clip, then select Audio>Adjust Audio
- Step 3 In the top navigation bar, tab on Tools> Audio>Adjust Audio.
Absolutely, the first method is more accessible than the other two. After your operation, the audio adjusting interface will be aroused.
In the audio adjusting window, from top to bottom, you can see two choices: Adjustment and Denoise. Click the icon to drop down and have advanced options:
When you click Adjustment and drop it down, you will see:
Zoom means the magnification of the audio. If you move the pan from the right to the left, you can magnify the soundtrack and edit your audio more precisely.
2. Auto Normalization
Auto Normalization feature analyzes the volume of all selected clips and automatically adjusts the volume to the standard loudness level of European audio programs at 23.0LUFS (deviation range: ±1LU).
3. Volume Control
By dragging the bar on the volume slider, you can easily heighten or lower the average volume of the audio.
4. Sound Balance
In Sound Balance, the pan controls how each track is balanced between the right (R) and left (L) sides of where the audio is being heard from. For example, if you move it all the way to the right, you can hear the audio showing only on the right side of your headphones.
5. Fade in
Fade-in means that the volume gradually increases from zero at the beginning of the audio.
6. Fade out
Fade-in means that the volume gradually decreases to zero at the end of the audio.
Pitch controls the highness or lowness of a tone. By dragging the slider from left to right, you can hear the audio changing from thick voice to shrill voice. It is usually used to change the human voice to make a funny effect.
8. Audio Ducking
Audio Ducking means decreasing the volume level of specified audio when a second specified audio is present. In video editing software, audio ducking is usually used to lower background music anytime a person speaks. When the person finishes speaking, the background music rises again. This technique can be used in any scenario where you want to be heard clearly.
You can use a Filmora equalizer to manipulate the mix's frequency so that everything is balanced and clear. Here you have some popular preset equalizations, such as classic, dance, pop, country, folk, etc. You can also customize your equalizer.
Knowledge Class:EQ (equalization) changes the balance of different frequency components in an audio signal. Our ears can detect a vast range of frequencies-roughly 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Each element of the mix has energy in different parts of that range.
When you click Denoise and drop it down, you will see the following:
1. AI Speech Enhancement
AI technology will weaken or eliminate the noisy ambient sound behind the human voice.
2. Wind Removal
Wind Removal specializes in removing the noise of the wind. It estimates the reverberation profile and works out a way to change the amount of reverberation. You can choose whether to turn on or turn off the function.
3. Normal Denoise
Denoise enables you to remove background noise automatically and intelligently in one click. There are three options for your choice: weak, medium, strong.
DeReverb is to reduce hiss and background noise. You can easily heighten or lower the average dereverberation effect by dragging the bar.
5. Hum Removal
Hum noise refers to the humming sound. Hum Removal removes narrow frequency bands and their harmonics. You can reduce the extent of noise with the range from -60 to 0 db.
6. Hiss Removal
Hiss noise refers to the hissing sound. You can adjust the hiss noise volume from -100 to 10.
7. Denoise Level
Denoise Level below Hiss Removal means you can control the Hiss Denoise effect from levels 1 to 6.