Could you please confirm...are you
a. trying to adjust the volume across the duration of the clip to a different and fixed level other than 0 dB which represents the original volume of the recording?
b. trying to vary the volume level across the duration of the clip?
What are the properties of the clip involved? Is the audio involved 2 channel or 5.1 channel?
Besides Audio Mixer, have you look at volume adjustments with
a. moving the rubberband (orange line) of the Timeline clip's audio up or down
b. gone to Adjust Tab/Adjustments Palette/Volume Panel expanded
Please review, consider, and supply more information, and then we will decide what next.
please see attached video, thanks for your help!
Let us focus on Audio Track 4 and the audio there and getting volume for it at a constant - 5.8 dB or whatever you want using Adjust Tab/Adjustments Palette/Volume Panel expanded.
First, we are going to click on Show/Hide Keyframing Controls so that we can get a split view of the Volume Panel expanded sliders and keyframing display with controls.
The important point here is the status of the Toggle Animation Icon. If it is displayed as shown in the next close up screenshot - with the gray box background
then click on the Toggle Animation icon to change it to look like this and what is in the screenshot above.
Then set your volume to whatever you want for the whole duration of the clip.
Does that work?
that worked! you are awesome, thank you!!!!
Wonderful news. Thanks for reporting the outcome. Task well communicated and done by you.
Based on the outcome, it appears that you ran into a problem involving the activation of the keyframing of the volume feature.
If necessary, we could work through the details of the Audio Mixer. But, you should be OK with that Adjust route as described.