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Ducking audio?

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Ducking audio?

Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:12 pm
Is there a way to duck the audio of a video track, (or, perhaps, a separate audio track), when another audio track rises above a certain level?
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Re: Ducking audio?

Mon Sep 08, 2014 11:25 pm
Automatically, no, as I know. But you can do this manually with the filter volume by keyframes.


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Re: Ducking audio?

Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:17 am
you can also do ducking in Audacity if manual editing is too much work.
Once you have your final edit in Kdenlive, export each of your audio tracks separately as 48KHz WAVs by muting all other tracks.
In Audacity you can use the Auto Duck effect to achieve what you want, then export from Audacity as a single 48khz .wav.
Make a copy of your original Kdenlive project so you don't lose your work, and replace the audio tracks with this new track before exporting your video.


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