To Change Fade Audio Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro, just use a pen to up and down level audio in Timeline Editing Premiere Pro.
To Changel whole level audio, you may use this 3 steps below to adjust.
Video Editing Tips: How to change audio levels in Adobe Premiere Pro
There are a few ways to change the audio levels in Adobe Premiere Pro.
I use all of them because they all change audio levels differently.
Here are 3 ways to change the audio levels in Premiere Pro:
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Method One: Expand the audio track by twirling the triangular arrow to the left of the track name (i.e. Audio 1, Audio 2, etc).
A white line appears in the audio clip. It should be set at 0 db, that is the standard starting point.
Click and drag it up or down with the selection tool to increase or decrease volume of this individual clip.
Method Two: Right click an audio clip or set it of audio clips and select -> audio gain.
A dialogue box will appear where you input the amount of gains (including negative gain) to increase or decrease audio.
This is the great way to quick adjust audio level for multiple clips.
Method Three: Use audio mixer. Go to the Window – Audio Mixer – and select the squence you want to adjust.
Now you can adjust the audio level for entire tracks.
This is very beneficial if you are organize-d and have separate-d audio, such as music on one track, interview one track, and audio or sound effects on another track, like that.
That is! There third ways are better than one! I’ve only recently started to use each way in more creative situations. I usually use method 1.
But now I try to organize my self and put any music on one track, and separate the interview audios on individual tracks.
Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.
Also let me know if you have another ways of changing audio!
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