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Audio levels are up every time I upload a video

New Here ,
Dec 26, 2022 Dec 26, 2022

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Hi guys! Everytime I upload footage to my timeline I notice the audio gain for all my clips are up a bit - any reason why? How can I normalize this so it's just regular levels?

 

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Dec 26, 2022 Dec 26, 2022

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Right clikc on clip > Gain or use the ESP.

 

Lingo: you do not upload a clip to the timeline: you drop. Ingest, insert, overwrite a clip in the timeline.

 

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Dec 26, 2022 Dec 26, 2022

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Everytime I upload footage to my timeline I notice the audio gain for all my clips are up a bit


By @jadeweb3

 

Compared to what?

 

If you for example play back the footage in a software player such as VLC they often have a normalizer applied by default so audio becomes louder that it actually is. 

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May 06, 2023 May 06, 2023

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Did you ever get/find out an answer?  I'm having the same issue myself.

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May 06, 2023 May 06, 2023

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That's not "UP", that's where it sits as default. That line doesn't go in the middle (as default).

 

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May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

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Really?  It never did that in Premiere Pro 2017 (or whatever old version I was using until very recently).  It was always in the middle, and the volume from my clips sounded just fine.  Since I downloaded 2023 (and got a new laptop), the audio levels always show up by default there, and everything sounds louder than it should - until I move it down to the "middle" line.

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May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

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It's good to make it sound right. There are some options on the pancake menu on the Sequence Tab. You can turn off Rectified Audio Waveforms. Perhaps you were viewing the differently. I haven's seen other complaints about this, so just adjust it the way you think best and also use the VU meters.

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