Will it work if you do it this way?
- In the Expert view timeline, select the clip. To work with multiple clips, do one of the following:
- To select non-consecutive clips, Ctrl-click/Cmd-click each clip.
- To select consecutive clips, click in the Project Assets panel and drag a marquee around the selected clips.
- To select all the clips, press Ctrl-A/Cmd-A.
- Select Clip > Audio Options > Audio Gain.
- Do one of the following:
- Click the zero value and type gain value (0 dB equals the clip’s original gain).
Many thanks for your reply.
I get to here: Select Clip > Audio Options > Audio Gain and can see 0db.
When you say 'type gain value', do you mean I should type in 1, 2, 3 or whatever? Wouldn't that increase the volume?
Actually, I have just realised: what does that yellow bar actually do, because in the image I attached, it is running through the video part of the clip - the yellow bar in the audio track beneath it is consistent with the yellow bar in the audio track in the preceding click.
When I listen to both clips there is no increase in volume.
Use negative numbers to decrease volume. Start with -3db and go from there.
The yellow bar on the video represents opacity.
Many thanks, Bob.
It sounds a lot better now (I never really knew what Audio gain involved).
I suppose it's obvious, really!