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Can you adjust audio levels in iMovie?

Can you adjust audio levels in iMovie?

In the iMovie app on your Mac, select an audio clip (or a video clip with audio) in the timeline. Drag the volume control (the horizontal line across the audio waveform) up or down. As you drag, the level appears as a percentage value, and the waveform changes shape to reflect your adjustments.

How do you lower background music in iMovie?

Reduce background noise

  1. In the iMovie app on your Mac, select one or more audio clips (or video clips with audio) in the timeline.
  2. To show the noise reduction controls, click the Noise Reduction and Equalizer button.
  3. Select the “Reduce background noise” checkbox.

Can you make iMovie clips louder than 400%?

iMovie makes it easy to adjust the volume up or down to even out audio across these various clips. Again, click on the clip you would like to adjust, then choose the Volume panel by clicking its icon above the clip preview in the upper right corner of the iMovie interface.

How do you select a range in iMovie?

Select a range in the timeline

  1. In the iMovie app on your Mac, position the pointer in a clip in the timeline at the point where you want to begin the selection.
  2. Press and hold the R key, drag left or right across the clip, and release the mouse or trackpad button when you complete your selection.

How do you change the trim and adjust audio in iMovie?

Adjust the duration of an audio clip

  1. With your project open in the timeline, tap the audio clip (in blue or purple) or the background music clip (in green) you want to adjust.
  2. Drag the trim handles at either end of the clip to the points where you want the audio to begin and end.

How do I prioritize audio in iMovie?

In the Project browser, move your pointer over the audio clip (not including background music) or video clip whose audio you want to give priority to, and then choose Audio Adjustments from the Action pop-up menu (looks like a gear) in the lower-left corner.

How do I lower background music and audio?

Removing Background Noise Step-by-step

  1. Open Audacity, click “File” and “Open” and locate the file you want to fix.
  2. Select your “Room Tone” by dragging your mouse over a section where there is little or no audio sound.
  3. Select the “Effect” menu and then select “Noise Reduction”

How do you overlay audio in iMovie?

Add sound effects

  1. With your project open, scroll the timeline so that the playhead (the white vertical line) appears where you want to add the sound effect.
  2. Tap the Add Media button, tap Audio, then tap Sound Effects to browse the built-in sound effects.
  3. Tap a sound effect to preview it.

How can I adjust the audio in iMovie?

After you’ve arranged your audio clips in the timeline, you can fine-tune volume levels, fade the audio in or out, and even change the speed of your clips. With your project open, tap a clip in the timeline to reveal the inspector at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Audio button .

How do I make audio fade out in iMovie?

If you have a video clip with audio, you must first detach the audio as a separate clip in order to create fade-ins or fade-outs. See Arrange audio clips in iMovie on iPhone. With your project open, tap an audio clip in the timeline to reveal the inspector at the bottom of the screen.

How do you change the volume of a clip in iMovie?

1) Tap the Speed button at the bottom. 2) Move the slider left or right. You’ll see tortoise and hare symbols display along with the speed timing. To turn the volume up or down, select the clip, tap the Volume button, and move the slider. You’ll see the percentage of volume change as you move the slider.

How do you split an audio clip in iMovie?

You have a few additional actions for audio clips on iOS. Select your audio clip and then tap the Actions button at the bottom. You can then choose to Split the clip which splits it at the playhead, pull its sound to the Foreground in front of the other sounds, or Duplicate it which adds the copied clip to the right.

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