How do you define"good result"? What exactly is "bad" about the results you are getting?
I record onto the timeline at the maximum gain before clipping and get what seems to be a healthy audio track.
But when I play the project, the recorded audio track is much lower volume than the audio track in the clip captured from the camcorder.
I can increase the volume in the Audio Mixer, but it just doesn't have the same quality - even when I put on appropriate reverb, etc.
It seems to have no headroom.
I've been thinking I should try recording in Audition and importing, but thats a long way around for a simple voice-over.
The bottom line is I cannot do good voice-overs in CS5.5 It seems easy in some of the consumer editors such as Powerdirector.
Is the problem that I am recording onto the timeline rather than recording a clip and dragging it onto the timeline?
I'd appreciate any help on how to do good and easy voice-overs. Thanks.
I prefer Soundbooth myself (now audition in 5.5).