How to Edit the Audio Track of Your Video

Wondershare Editor By Aug 09,2016 11:09 am

It often happens that the audio track of your home video lacks quality: the background music is noisy or there is unwanted sound. Thus you need to enhance the quality of audio track to improve the overall quality of your video.

In fact, edit audio track of your video is easy with the Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) . This program will allow you to open a video file, edit its audio track and save the result as a video file with the new, modified audio track. Follow this simple guideline below to edit the audio track of your video.

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1 Add the videos you want to edit

Launch the Video Editor and select elect 16:9 or 4:3 ratio according to your needs before entering the primary window. Then click Import to add the video files. Alternatively, directly drag- and-drop your video files onto the program.

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2 Start editing the audio track

The second thing is to drag and drop the video file into the tool’s timeline. After that, you can start editing the audio track of your video.

Separate audio from video

Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) enables you to separate audio from video. To do this, just move the cursor into the video to highlight it. Then right click and choose Audio Detach. The audio file from your video will immediately appear in the music timeline. Since it is separated from the video, you can easily delete the audio track or replace it.

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Adjust the audio settings

Double click the video on the Timeline; then an editing panel will pop up. Switch to Audio column and you can easy change the Speed, Volume, Pitch of the audio file or add the Fade in/out effect to it.

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Apply audio effects

You can also apply an effect to the whole file or modify just a part of the track. The Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) offers a wide range of audio effects. You just need to switch to the Sound tab and select one of the available effects from the library. Then drag the effect down to the sound track. Drag the effect icon to the right or left to select an area where you want to add an audio effect. After that, click Play to make sure that the changes are correct.

Record and add a vocieover

You can also record a voiceover from your computer's built-in microphone or an external microphone, add add you vocieover anywhere in the timeline. To do this, place the Playhead where you want the recording to start on the timeline and hit the "Record" icon to begin recording. Press "Stop" button when you have finished. Once the clip is in the timeline, you can use the trim maker to remove any pauses or noise.

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3 Save the changes

Once the editing of the audio track is over, hit Create to save the changes. Here you can either save the new video in different formats or directly upload to YouTube or Facebook. On top of that, you’re able to burn a DVD creation in the DVD tab.

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Watch the video tutorial below:

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luishinc
When I add music to my project, is there a way to edit specific sections of the music/lyrics. Can I control when the audio starts and ends on a specific portion of the song???
amandahendriksmouw
The Auto Denoise is not avaliable anymore? Or just not in the trial version?
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i have 2 videos thta both have sound, but it wont let me play the sounds at the same time, the video plays, but not the sound. Please help

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• Audio Editing
1. Basic audio editing tips
1.1 How to add audio to video
1.2 How to add audio fade out effect
1.3 How to replace audio track in video
1.4 How to edit audio track
1.5 How to mute audio from video
1.6 How to remove audio from video
1.7 How to change voice
1.8 How to add voiceover to video
1.9 How to remove background noise
2. Advanced audio editing tips
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