1) Is there a way to make the Audio Mixer default to +6 DB? As it is I have to do it for every audio clip.
2) I read somewhere on the web that the application would display an audio trace. Where/how do I do this?
1) Not that I know of.
2) I don't know what an audio trace is and couldn't find a definition online. What do use this tool for? There may be something similar.
Click the little arrow inside the red circle to expand the audio line. Then grab the line inside the rectangle with your mouse and drag the line up.
I didn't figure out how to do what you suggested but your post led me to the answer. If I Double Click on the audio ribbon the audio plot (common term) comes up. Thanks for working with me. I wouldn't have thought of the answer if you hadn't replied.
Thanks for the correct answer mark. Now it is your turn! I tried double clicking in several spots and get nothing. Where exactly are you double clicking on the "audio ribbon"?
OK! Thanks. I see now. Double clicking on an audio track not linked to video is different than I expected.
Have you tried toggling open the track the clicking the triangle on the track header, as Bill suggested in his illustration?
Yes, it doesn't give what I want and I've discovered this quick way
Input is Gain, output is Volume.
If your audio comes in too soft you correct that with Gain.
Set a shortcut for Gain in the Keyboard Customization.
Select all clips in Project Assets, hit the shortcut and set the Gain to +6 (or whatever desired value).