I want to move the sound level line; in the timeline, up a notch or two, and have successfully managed to do so, for 3 our of 6 of the clips. The problem is that when I reach the 4th clip I can make the line move up, but it snaps right back down when I realease the mouse button. That's never happened before; but I've never played that much with the option before.
The work-around was to Group all the segments and increase the gain.
What's the secret to changing all the levels, in all the clips, on the timeline?
There is no way to change all audio levels in your project -- or even on a single track -- at the same time in Premiere Elements.
I'm not sure what's going on with the clip that's giving your trouble. Is it a WAV file or some other format? Have you tried deleting it from your timeline and re-adding it?
Also had this problem occasionally, randomly in various clips, and unable to find a reason for it.
If you use the level adjustment panel (upper right) you can adjust the level there along with all the other keyframes, both audio and video.
If I reposition the audio level bar, on the audio timeline, it resets the level in the selected clip.
In the situation I describe I was able t move the bar up on the first three clips, but when I tried to move the bar on the fourth selected clip it snapped back to it's original position.
I don't understand why it stops working after three clips.
Thanks for that suggestion. I went back to my video and ran that option and it worked; it's somesomewhat more complicated, technically; and more time consuming. But it does work.
I just don't understand why the down and dirty method stops working after a few clips.