Advanced Audio Editing in Final Cut Pro

Learn how to record voiceovers, enhance audio, sync audio and video, match audio, and keyframe audio effects.

62. How to Record Voiceovers in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro has a built-in voiceover tool that lets you record audio directly into your project. This can be great if you want to add narration, which can make your video more interesting. In this video, we'll walk you through exactly how to use the voiceover tool.

63. How to Automatically Enhance Audio in Final Cut Pro

Does your audio sound a bit off? Well, you're in luck! Final Cut Pro has a tool that automatically enhances your audio. The auto-enhance feature detects problems with loudness, background noise, and hum and automatically applies effects to fix these common issues. Let's take a look at how it works.

64. How to Sync Audio and Video in Final Cut Pro

Do you have separate audio and video clips that you are trying to line up, but can't seem to perfectly match them? Don't worry! Final Cut Pro has a built-in synchronization tool that helps match your clips based on the waveform, timecode, or markers.

65. How to Match Audio in Final Cut Pro

Do you have two clips shot in the same location, but for some reason, the audio sounds different? In this case, the Match Audio function may be a good choice to ensure that all your clips sound similar throughout your project. We'll take a look at how to use this useful tool!

66. How to Keyframe Audio Effects in Final Cut Pro

Keyframing is not limited to just video! With Final Cut Pro, you can use keyframes to create simple changes to audio effects over time. In this video, we'll show you how to apply and adjust keyframes when working with audio.

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