What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
If you want to change the volume an audio clip so that the volume varies across the duration of the clip, you can keyframe the volume using the Audio Mixer. Essentially, as you play back the Timeline, you adjust the Audio Mixer slider(s) for the audio track(s) involved. Please review Adobe document on mixing audio and adjusting volume.
You can also adjust the volume by highlighting the audio on the Timeline and then going to the controls area and Toggle Animation to do a user keyframing as opposed to an Audio Mixer keyframing of the volume. Please refer to link given.
Once you supply more information, we can fine tune the information to your program version and your video audio editing goals.
Thanks for the fast answer. i am some days on travel and will try your
recommandations after return. Have just upgradet Premiere 11 to 12 , still with
Windows XP, in near future with Windows 7.
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