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Ever wonder how you can fix low volume in a clip that had recording issues?  You can use the Audio Gain Filter in Final Cut Pro to adjust your volume as an easy fix.  Basically the filter gives you additional volume control without increasing the audio level manually.

We find the Gain Filter under the Effects Tab in the Browser window.

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Load a clip into the Viewer that needs some volume adjusting.  Drag your Audio Gain Filter directly into the Viewer, and click on the Filters Tab.  There you will see the Gain slider to make real time adjustments.

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A good rule of thumb to remember is that the average volume reading for DV should be kept around -12db.


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