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Most people editing with software at this level actually are using more professional video cameras. Your choice of camera is the likely issue here.
There's a button on that you have to click for it to show you the volume controls 'show keyframes'. There's one for track volume and one for clip volume. Same thing with the video tracks except it's 'show opacity'
It's right there in the help brother. Keeps your from nudging your volume on accident.
You lost me on this one. PP handles Audio levels several ways, regardless of the source of these files. Now, it does like PCM/WAV 48KHz 16-bit better than other formats, but regardless of whether they are muxed, or elemental streams, you can do all sorts of things, without going into Audition, or Soundbooth.
Take heed of Josh's commnets. There are some big differences between Track Effects and Clip Effects. Also explore Rt-clicking the Clip and adjusting the Gain, plus the Audio Mixer Panel. It is all there. Just read up on the Audio Mixer, as it will set Track Effects, and that may not be what you want, but you can automate your Gain with proper use of Sends. You can also do Mixdowns and adjust the Mixdown Track.
I have no problem with mp3, aif or wav. (avi ?).
No idea what you are asking here. (avi is video & audio in a single data stream)
He's shooting with a consumer still camera, not a video camera.