I'm using premiere elements 13 to edit a video, and I have a voiceover audio track that has been split into about 500+ different segments along one track of the timeline.
After saving it and playing it back on some different equipment, I've discovered that I need to lower the bass across the entire voiceover audio track.
PE13 only seems to let me adjust the bass on one single highlighted segment at a time, and won't allow any adjustments to be made on multiple selections of segments.
it would be ludicrous to manually adjust the bass on 500+ individual segments, so I'm assuming there must be a way to make adjustments to the bass simultaneously on multiple tracks In the timeline?
appreciate any pointers - thanks
Once you've set the bass level on one clip, right-click on that clip and select Copy. Then select the rest of the clips, right-click and select Paste Effects and Attributes.
Another great trick from my Muvipx.com Guide to Premiere Elements on Amazon.
Thanks for the tip, sounds like a reasonable workaround solution, although I'm assuming it will also copy any of the other settings, like volume, treble etc, so this will be an all-or-nothing solution.
I miss the days of premiere elements 11, where basics like bass, treble and balance were treated the same as effects, and you could copy and paste them individually.