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Sound effects can be used in many situations in video creation. For example, it can be added to the video's key points, which use sound to attract the audience's attention.
In this section, you’ll learn to:
- Add/Remove the Sound
- Adjust the Sound Effect
1. Add/Remove the Sound
Add the Sound:
In the left ToolBar, find the Sound tab. Then download the sound that you like. When finished download, drag it to the timeline.
(Note: If you find some sound that can be frequently used, click the heart icon to mark it as the favorite. It will appear in the first category of “Favorite”.)
Remove the Sound: select it on your Timeline and press Delete on your keyboard. Alternatively, you can right-click on the Sound and choose Delete.
2. Adjust the Sound Effect
For the sound, there are three options in the Properties Panel to adjust the effect – Audio, Denoise, Speed.
Audio: Change the volume or mix the sound to mono.
Denoise: When this option is enabled, you can choose to reduce the sound's noise from low to high.
Speed: Slow down or speed up the duration of the sound.