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Subject: Re: FLASH: <OT> Fixing Volumes in QuickTime
From: Michael Penne
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 02:10:34 GMT

With QT Pro, open the movie, go to Edit:Extract Tracks. This will show
a window with your video and audio (and other if applicable). Now you
can click the audio track, extract it. This will open the track in a
new QT window. Then choose File:Export, Sound to AIFF or WAV, save the
exported sound file, and open in your audio editor.

--- "Marc Hoffman, Poison Dart Frog Media" <mailatdartfrogmedia [dot] com>
> Can anyone tell me how one goes about altering audio volumes in
> QuickTime
> I want to extract the audio, compress the
> dynamics (make softer and louder voices closer in volume) and
> recompile.
> I've never worked in QT. If I can extract the audio, I know how to do
> the
> audio part.
> Thanks in advance.
> -Marc

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