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Filmora Audio Key Frame Marker

Adjust Audio files using Filmora Key Frame markers

Wondershare Filmora is a great video editor, certainly a step up from using iMovie. In version 9, you can now have multiple tracks - which is great when you want to mix sounds or clips to create some cool effects.

Audio Trick

There's one trick that a bit hidden in Filmora and that's the ability to add Audio Key Frames. With Audio Key Frames you can alter a particular area of the sound track. For example, if parts of track 2 are too loud you can use Key Frames to lower the volume.

Here's an example of using Audio Key Frame in Filmora Wondershare 9:

Filmora Points Sample

Creating Audio Frames

Here's the simple way to add Audio Key Frames:

  • To add a new Key Frame Marker simply find a spot on the audio timeline and Control Click.
  • You should see a white dot underneath the mouse.
  • To Remove, simply Control Click on the same spot

Tips on using the Key Frame

  • You can add Key Frames wherever you want. You don't need to have to be listening to the audio to add the key frame markers
  • You need at least four point to impact an area. If you use less, and make changes to the volume, it will impact the entire audio timeline.
  • Adding multiple Key Frames can help add a nice smooth fade effect.

 

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