Yes. There are a number of ways.
The easiest is to right-click on the audio track on your timeline and select Audio Gain/Normalize.
Meantime, just a warning that Flip camcorder video uses some unusual codecs -- and, even if you're not having problems now, you may find your output looks strange or has problems playing.
The best solution is to always convert your Flip video to a DV-AVI before you bring it into Premeire Elements, per the FAQs to the right of this forum.
Along with Steve's suggestion, for raising the Volume Levels on a Clip-by-Clip basis, one can bring up the Audio Mixer (Window>Audio Mixer). This will allow you to tailor the Volume Levels for the entire Audio Track. Your method will depend on what you have on the Timeline. Steve's method is the easiest, and there are still more options. If you are still not getting what you want, let us know, and we'll tell you more.
Hi Hunt and Steve,
Unfortunately, I had not tried to use your RAISE volume advice from 3 weeks ago UNTIL this afternoon . . . and I'm lost.
I managed to (a) put the video from my PC into Adobe
(b) find the time line AND something under Audio that said HIGH VOLUME.
NOW, how do I save it?? I can't figure out where to go from here :-(
I'm sorry, sharisax. I don't understand what you're asking.
Can you tell us specifically what steps you're taking and what's not happening?
I appreciate your patience and persistence and understanding
The simple case is that I have no clue how to use Adope Premiere and the manual does not help.
I can upload/import my videos.
I can click on Timeline, but then I'm lost. I do not understand "tagging" or "smart tagging" and I could not really see where I was supposed to "right-click" on the audio -- I couldn't find where to right-click [as per your earlier tip]
I also tried to save the Flip video in the format you suggested but then I couldn't open them :-(
You can see [like Picasso] I am always trying to do that which I do not know how to do :-(
Shari, it's possible you could benefit from buying one of my books on Premiere Elements. Most of this is covered there in detail with illustrations and it may make these basic steps more clear than I could on this forum.
You could also check out the tutorials and tips on the products page of http://muvipix.com/phpBB3/
This site offers a number of free basic tips, tutorials and media as well as more advanced solutions for subscribers.