Adjust what on one clip?
The audio channel level on one clip. Thanks for checking
Are you adjusting the track volume level on the timeline?
The yellow keyframe line on the audio track can be set to represent the clip volume or track volume, among other things.
Why don't you post a screenshot or two to show what is going on.
Thanks Stephen that was the problem, everything works great.
Thanks again Ralph
Ralph, Dude.... where's my ten points? 100 points gets you an ice cream, and 500 points gets you a CS3 keychain from NAB 2008.
Respect the system.
Glad things are working for you.
100 points gets you an ice cream, and 500 points gets you a CS3 keychain from NAB 2008.
Good one Stephen! I wondered about those "points," and now I know.
Stephen, I would love to give you 100 pts. but I don't know where to do
that can you help me out with that? That was my first question, which there
will probably be more, so next time I will know how to award points.
The OP (Original Poster) has two options, with regard to points. They can award up to 4x the 5pt. "Helpful Answer" (up from 2x fairly recently), and then can award the "Big 10" points for "Correct Answer." That equates to a total of 30pts per post, however, the OP can only give one award, per Reply, so you could give Stephen the Big 10 for a Correct Answer, and then 5pts. each for each of his "Helpful Answers."
One can also mark a question as "Answered," without any points being awarded, and the thread will be marked as "Answered." One can also award up to 4x 5pts per Reply, for "Helpful Answers."
Those points go into the poster's Profile. Note: Stephen is joking about the "use" of the points, as few, if any of us know what those points translate into. We used to speculate that at some point, Adobe would award a free lunch at the Official Adobe Cafeteria (Friday is Maine Lobster Day), and 5 mins. with the Product Manager of one's choice for some one-on-one "face time." That, however, was just pure speculation, but fun, none the less.
Most of all, we try to just help posters with problems, and let the points fall, where they might. It is useful, though, to mark a solved question as "Answered," so that future readers will know that the OP did get a useful answer.
PS - Also, the OP can mark their own Replies as Helpful, or Correct, but those points do NOT appear in the OP's Profile - or I'd be asking a ton of questions, and then padding my "account" with my own points...