How to Record a Voice Over

How to Record a Voice Over

By Discovery Center Team

Learning how to record a voice over is essential for creating effective educational and descriptive movies. Having a voice talk you through a visual experience is a very effective way to ensure the viewer understands what they are seeing. It could be a video tutorial, like this one, or perhaps a film about wildlife. You can even narrate more personal projects like vacation videos or weddings. Sometimes conveying information is easier by showing, sometimes it is easier by saying, or sometimes both at the same time. The creative choice is in yours, but knowing how to record a voice over is half the battle.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to launch the Voice Over tool.
  • How to record audio into the timeline.
  • How to adjust microphone levels.

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