How to Fix Quiet Audio in Final Cut Pro X – Izzy Video 260

Have you ever noticed the volume slider only goes up to 12 in the audio inspector inside Final Cut Pro X?

This means that if you have a very quiet audio clip in your project, the volume slider might not give you enough added volume to get the levels up to where you need them.

I’ve received several questions about this, so I thought I’d make a short video that shows a solution I personally use when I find myself in this situation.

Enjoy!

9 thoughts on “How to Fix Quiet Audio in Final Cut Pro X – Izzy Video 260

  1. Thank You so much for the tip. Now all I have to do is remember it. (g) I am trying hard to keep the audio levels up at the time of recording. But…

  2. Hi Izzy,
    Thanks for your good work. Audio… Get the mic as close as you can to your subject, but not too close, so you can reduce the input levels on the camera/recorder and hopefully not have too much ambient noise. Videoing a meeting with Q and A with lots of room noise is a problem.

  3. I did it step by step but after I create the video into quicktime, the audio becomes so low that i can barely hear it, but on the editing process it is still loud. What do you advise???

    Thanks

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