We return to tutorials with Mark and Steve this time in this new episode of MacBreak Studio. We welcome back being able to bump all audio levels up and down without having to move keyframes individually.
It is no secret that one of the things we would like to see improvements on within FCPX is the handling of audio levels on the timeline. One very welcome feature return from Final Cut Pro 7 is the ability to bump up and down audio levels without losing any keyframes you've already placed.
In this new episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer how to adjust audio levels not only relatively, but in an absolute way too. We use this new command all the time as once we have finished mixing a piece, we can lower the levels of all the audio to bring everything back to a broadcast specification. We know the shortcut well!