Wondershare Filmii’s Advanced Editing mode gives you a variety of ways to edit your project’s audio.
Detaching Audio from a Video Clip
When you add a video clip to the timeline that includes audio, the audio and video of the clip will remain linked by default. However, you can detach the audio and from the video so that you can move, edit, or even delete it without affecting the video clip.
Right click on your clip and choose Detach Audio.
Audio Editing Tools
To see the audio editing tools, double click on an audio clip in your timeline. They will appear to the right of the video preview.
If you are editing audio that hasn’t been detached from a video clip, double click on the joined clip and then switch to the audio tab at the top of the menu that opens.
You’ll see the following tools:
Volume: use the slider to adjust the volume of your audio.
Fade In: have your music or other audio gradually fade in at the beginning of the clip. Move the slider to determine how long it will take for your audio to reach its full volume.
Fade Out: have your music or other audio gradually fade out at the end of the clip. Move the slider to determine how long it will take for your audio to go from full volume to silence.
Denoise: reduce or eliminate distracting background sounds in your audio recording (i.e. your computer fan). After you turn the effect on you can use the dropdown menu to choose how intense you want it to be, i.e. for a quiet noise the Weak setting might be enough.
To speed up or slow down an audio clip, select it in the timeline and then click the speed gauge icon in the right of the timeline toolbar. You’ll be able to adjust the speed with a slider or enter a new duration, causing the audio to speed up or slow down to match the new clip length.