Photostory slideshow deluxe audio

George-Felton wrote on 6/22/2020, 3:15 PM

Is it possible to adjust the audio in PS Delux? I thought it could be done but the only thing I can find is to change the overall volume? When I have my slideshow in place and when I click on the effects/audio,nothing comes up. I would like to change the volume in only certain parts of the slideshow. Thanks for any help. What am I doing wrong? I have Windows 10 latest. Do I need an update for the Majix program?


emmrecs wrote on 6/23/2020, 4:58 AM


I just checked this in PS Deluxe Version, the latest, but I would be very surprised if it is any different in an earlier version.

Right-click on the audio object you wish to change and choose "Volume curve>displaying". This will add a green line to the upper edge of the audio object> You will then need to zoom in, I think, to select the exact point at which you want to change the volume. Left-click at the precise point you want to add a keyframe (it will look like a very small dot on the green line). Select the next point where you want to make a change, repeat the procedure to create another keyframe. Now if you select again any of these keyframes and drag it down (or up) you will see the green Volume line moves in the area between the keyframes, or between the keyframe and the end of the volume curve/line if there are no more keyframes created.



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George-Felton wrote on 6/23/2020, 6:57 AM

Thank you Jeff, that is the answer I was looking for. Shoulda figured that out myself. Are there and good youtube video tutorials on this program that you could recommend?

johnebaker wrote on 6/23/2020, 8:03 AM



See the tutorials by @browj2 on Youtube here

A lot of the features of Movie Edit Pro are also applicable to Photostory, where functions etc are may be in different places, however there is the manual available under Help tutorials to find them once you have seen them in use.

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