Peak audio limiter for Elements?

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Mar 07, 2021 Mar 07, 2021

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On Premiere Elements is there an audio limiter, so that you can prevent audio from peaking too high across your whole project, without having to lower the overall audio levels for individual segments, which you might not want to do anyway?

Thanks, Kate

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Mar 07, 2021 Mar 07, 2021

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No. Not in Premiere Elements.

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Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

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Thanks Steve.  Maybe an idea for future updates.

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Mar 08, 2021 Mar 08, 2021

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Select all clips > right click > audio gain > normalize.

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Thanks Ann,

"Audio gain - normalise" sounds like it would be setting all the different audio tracks at the same level.  That isn't what I am looking for.  I want to keep the variety of levels that I have set between tracks, e.g. background atmos lower than voice overs, but where there is a momentary loud peak, like when someone shouts, I don't want that going into the red and distorting the sound quality.

Do you understand what I mean?

Best wishes, Kate

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