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Subject: Re: FLASH: <OT> Fixing Volumes in QuickTime
From: James Bisset
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 10:58:16 GMT

on 28/1/00 12:37 am, Marc Hoffman, Poison Dart Frog Media wrote:

> Can anyone tell me how one goes about altering audio volumes in QuickTime
> movies? We're racing against a deadline and have a QT video in which one of
> the two voices is too soft. 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.

I know the last thing you want to do is read manuals, but if you go to
<http://www.bmug.org/quicktime/mp3docs/> you can download a pdf for mac or
windows. This is for MoviePlayer 3, but the functionality is more or less
the same and I don't think there is anything similar for QuickTime Player 4

The main trick in MoviePlayer/QuickTime Player is to try out the menus with
different modifier keys - you'll see the menu options change. I think the
idea is to supply a fairly powerful QT editor which is arcane enough to
encourage third party developers to build and sell there own without being
threatened by the competition.


James Bisset
m e d i a c h r o m e

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  FLASH: <OT> Fixing Volumes in QuickTime, Marc Hoffman, Poison Dart

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