How do I mute a section of the audio timeline, I have a separate video music clip to play and I don”t want the other audio playing.Using Vegas Pro 15.
You are watching: How to mute audio in sony vegas
Zen Level 5
Posts: 239Thank you received: 37
How I do it using VEGAS Pro 14 is to right click on the audio track and then select “Insert/Remove Envelope” and from there select “Volume” ( or Shift + V). This will insert a line down the center of your audio track. Go to where you want to mute (or decrease ) your audio and click on that line. Double click on that line and that will produce a “control” point that you can adjust the audio with. Depending on what you want to do you”ll probable have to create more control points close together in the same manner. Pulling them down to the bottom of the audio track (in a sharp step like fashion) will decrease the volume. I believe Derek has a good tutorial on how to do this.
3.60 GHz, Inst RAM:16.0 GBGeForce GTX 745, Driver ver: 376.53, Tot avail grap: 12225 MB, Ded vid mem: 4096 MB DDR3Shared Sys Mem: 8159 MB, DirectX Runtime Ver:12.0LAPTOP: MSI GE72MVR 7RGGTX-1070
Don”t Panic !Posts: 4503Thank you received: 1490
This old tutorial shows how to be very precise in adjusting Audio Volume.Even though it was made with Vegas Movie Studio, it will also work the same in Vegas Pro.www.mslsec.com/free-tutorials/sony-movie-studio-platinum/61-how-to-edit-audio-volume-a-pan-envelopes-using-sony-vegas-movie-studio-hd-platinum-10
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems. If you would like to share some love, post a customer testimonial or make a donation.Peace
Zen Level 2
Posts: 16Thank you received: 2
Board Categories MSZ Community Forums- Community Forum- – Welcome to Movie Studio Zen- – Announcements, Hot Deals & Specials- – General Discussion, Sharing & Requests VEGAS Pro and VEGAS Movie Studio Forums- VEGAS Movie Studio Forum- VEGAS Pro Forum- VEGAS DVD Architect Forum- Sound Forge Audio Studio & Pro Forum Technology Forums- Computer Hardware Forum- Electronics & Equipment Forum
Movie Studio Zen is a fully independent site and all our content is free. You can help support this site by making a PayPal donation.