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Filmora 101 Video Tutorial
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You can edit the audio clips in the Timeline as you see fit. The original clips are preserved.
In this following guide, you will learn how to:
Adding background music to any video you create in Filmora will add a whole new dimension to your video. Filmora offers a variety of theme background music based on events to set up the right mood for your final video production.
Do one of the following to find a background music to compliment your movie.
Note: the music or sound effects are for personal and non-commercial video within Wondershare(s) software/app environment. To know more >>
Do one of the following to add music to your clips
Once you've added music, double tap the music to bring out the music rendering window, where you can adjust the speed, volume, pitch of the music track. You can also apply a fade-in or fade-out effect, this will determine the length of the fade in and out from the edge of the clip.
Note: You can add up to 3 audio tracks for background music
Move playhead to where you want to split an audio clip. Then right click the clip and select "Split" or click the Split button above on the toolbar.
Filmora enables you to adjust the default audio settings. Double click the audio file in the Timeline, and then you can adjust Speed, Volume and Pitch settings or apply Fade in/out effect by moving the pointer. Give it a listen when you are done, if you are not happy with the result, you can still click Reset to start all over.
To mute the audio in a video clip, just right click the video and choose MUTE.
You can detach audio from a video clip. The original clip is preserved.
The detached audio clip will be automatically placed in the audio track, you can either choose to delete it or edit it for using.
Go to media library, select Record a voiceover under RECORD to bring up the Record Audio dialog.Click on and you will have 3 seconds of countdown to start speaking. Once finished, click . The voiceover clip will automatically appear in the Timeline.
If you want to record one more track of voiceover, stay in the Record Audio dialog, move the playhead to another position and click on to record.
Tip: It's recommended to do the recording in about 10-second sessions, easier to remove a badly recorded narration and redo it. To remove, just right select the voiceover clip in the Timeline and choose DELETE.
It is exactly the same way you trim the video clips. So please here to check the details.
Filmora enables you to overlay 3 audios and play them at the same time. Before that, please select Track Manager to activate all the music tracks first.After that,drag all the audios to music track 1,2,3 respectively.
After you drag and drop the audio file to the timeline, double click it, drag the slider to adjust volume directly. It enables you adjust the volume from 0~200. Lastly press OK to save the setting.
Tips: If you only need to adjust the volume of certain section, you have to drag the slider to the start point and end point of this section, press the scissor icon to split the audio first. After that, select this certain section, double click it and do the adjustment.
Drag and drop the audio file to the timeline, double click it and drag the slider to select the duration. Lastly press OK to save the setting.
Drag and drop the audio file to the timeline, double click it and find the option to adjust the speed and pitch. Lastly press OK to save the setting.
To remove the original audio and add a new audio to the video file, please follow below instructions
To remove the noise from the video, drag and drop the video to the video track (first track) of the timeline, double click it
To remove the noise from the audio, drag and drop the audio to the timeline, double click it, and then follow the same way you do to the video to de-noise the audio.
Note: Currently Filmora supports to reduce the stationary noise, such as wind noise, current noise...etc.
Audio Equalizer (EQ) enables you to raise and lower the strength of a sound wave so that you can achieve a good mix of sound that allows different instruments and vocals to sound good together. Please follow below instructions to check how it works.
To use the Audio Mixer, please follow these instructions: