Adjusting Volume with Volume Keyframing

Adjusting Volume with Volume Keyframing

By Maliek Whitaker


Learn how to make precise changes to the volume of a video using the Volume Keyframing feature, new in Pinnacle Studio 20 Plus and Ultimate. In older versions of the software volume keyframing was accessed from a keyframe icon under the preview window and above the timeline. In Pinnacle Studio 20 volume keyframing is accessed through the audio mixer. Pinnacle Studio Pro Maliek Whitaker shows you how to access this feature so that you can adjust the volume to your liking. You will learn how to change the volume of an entire track, a single clip, or a specific place in a clip. When volume keyframing is activated, a chart is enabled which provides decibel specific markings on the timeline to let you know exactly where the volume is and the level of your volume changes. This allows you to make precise adjustments for each track and each audio or video clip.

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Comments (3)

  • Pascal Vatinel Reply

    Hi Maliek,
    Thanks so much ! It’s been a great help to discover your videos.
    And guess what : I’m french and… j’ai tout compris !!! 🙂

    July 14, 2017 at 10:18 am
  • John Reply

    Thanx big bro I appreciate for the assistance

    April 6, 2017 at 5:11 am
  • ter Reply

    Could not find this in the manual. THANKS. Good work.

    March 22, 2017 at 11:34 am

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