Controlling audio levels in video clips
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Audio is an important part of video projects. Jeff Sengstack explains how to control audio volume levels in a Photoshop video project. He shows you how to control audio levels on a clip-by-clip and for clips that extend for the entire duration of the project. He also shows you how to smooth the audio edits from one clip to the next using the fade feature and to use the audio fade with the video crossfade to smooth the opening and closing scenes of a video. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Runtime : 00:07:29 Added : 04/23/2013
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