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Narration problems Photoshop Elements 4

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Old 11-19-2006, 04:20 PM
Mags Mags is offline
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Re: Narration problems Photoshop Elements 4

Thanks Jerryb,

Quoting you, then replying ...

Now i can not visualize how low the volumn is.. and that sort of hurts...
> Well, have a look here then - Test Slideshow with Narration - occasionally not available.
This shows both Audacity recorded Narration imported into APE4 and the inbuilt APE4 naffation, I mean narration!


so let go back and look at how things work in general now.
1. so it too low in the ae4 program, how is it in audacity....? is it the same volume level? are there the same issue? how about the MS sound recorder?
> No, it's fine in all BUT APE4.

2. did you go into your player control and ensure the mic volumne is high.? maybe too low for ae4
> Yes, I said that in previous posting ... smile

3. a work around maybe... now with some editor programs after the voice/music is recorded to the program you can manually adjust the amplitude/volumne .. I don't know if you can do that in ae4....
> I can see no setting in APE4 to change input volume, have really hunted for that.

4. on the mic how good does it really work with the other programs you use... sometimes a mic doesn't work that well and maybe a different mic needed... although i never had that issue... I noticed on the audacity board certain mic works alot better than others.... do you have a extra mic laying around that you can try? or a friends mic..? I only buy one as a last resort because it may not be the issue..
> I have two microphones and the one I used to record my CD, which people in UK buy, profits to Hospice and I've tried both mikes ... smiles..

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Old 11-19-2006, 04:54 PM
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Re: Narration problems Photoshop Elements 4

hi,
I listen to your clip... and i can see it really looooooow.. i have my all vol control high my speakers, line setting and wmp and it still way too low just barely hear it......... I wonder if we still have the same issue!! and were just getting some bleed thru..

I really don't know what to say.... i am out of new ideas...
I went in to some of my other editing programs and see if anything new to look at. but there all about the same I think you have check yours.. ie: making sure the correct sound card channel, making sure source is the mic and not something else, master setting if any , for the volumn in the program for example in my programs they'll have the regular mic control but farther deep they'll have master controls....

I really don't know what else to say.... just no new ideas to look at... I am fairly positive it a setting but i just don't where in ae4 to look...

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Originally Posted by Mags
Thanks Jerryb,

Quoting you, then replying ...

Now i can not visualize how low the volumn is.. and that sort of hurts...
> Well, have a look here then - Test Slideshow with Narration - occasionally not available.
This shows both Audacity recorded Narration imported into APE4 and the inbuilt APE4 naffation, I mean narration!


so let go back and look at how things work in general now.
1. so it too low in the ae4 program, how is it in audacity....? is it the same volume level? are there the same issue? how about the MS sound recorder?
> No, it's fine in all BUT APE4.

2. did you go into your player control and ensure the mic volumne is high.? maybe too low for ae4
> Yes, I said that in previous posting ... smile

3. a work around maybe... now with some editor programs after the voice/music is recorded to the program you can manually adjust the amplitude/volumne .. I don't know if you can do that in ae4....
> I can see no setting in APE4 to change input volume, have really hunted for that.

4. on the mic how good does it really work with the other programs you use... sometimes a mic doesn't work that well and maybe a different mic needed... although i never had that issue... I noticed on the audacity board certain mic works alot better than others.... do you have a extra mic laying around that you can try? or a friends mic..? I only buy one as a last resort because it may not be the issue..
> I have two microphones and the one I used to record my CD, which people in UK buy, profits to Hospice and I've tried both mikes ... smiles..

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Old 11-19-2006, 04:58 PM
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Re: Narration problems Photoshop Elements 4


I don't know where to look in APE4 either !

Recordings work fine with other software ...

Hey Ho !


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