In this lesson, our instructor Evren Edler gives an introduction to clip gain. He starts by discussing the clip gain viewer and clip gain line. He then moves on to editing clip gain, the grabber tools and how to add break points, and the pencil tool.
Clip Gain: lets you change
volume of clips with a fader icon on the left bottom part or each
Clip Gain Viewer: View >
Clip > Clip Gain Info or Control Shift = turns it on & off.
Clip Gain Line: You can turn on
the clip gain line by View > Clip> Clip Gain Line or Shift
Editing Clip Gain: Besides Opt
clicking on a gain fader, you can also command click/drag on a fader
for smaller movement.
You can use the grabber tool
to add break points on the clip gain line and drag to automate the
Option Click erases the
Pencil tool draws lines.
increases/decreases the steady or automated clip gain volume
Nudging Clip Gain: If you set a
level under Preferences > Editing > Clip Gain Nudge Value, you
can use shift control up or down arrow to nudge the clip gain and
down without using the mouse.
All the changes apply to clip
gain are built in the clip and automate the clip gain only. Those
changes won’t change the volume automation.
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.