A Quick Guide to Audio Normalization
Edited by Pat Bitton
July 24, 2019
Don’t you find it annoying when some parts of a movie are almost inaudible, while other sections are almost deafening? To even out the volume level of your entire video, you need to normalize the audio. With Movavi Video Editor, you can easily normalize the volume in any video or audio file. To learn how to do it, just download the program for PC or Mac and let’s get started!
Install the Audio Normalization Software
Wait until the download is complete and run the installation file. Complete the setup process by following the on-screen guidelines.
Launch the program and click Create project in full feature mode. Then click Add Media Files and choose the video or audio file you want to edit – it will be added to the Timeline automatically.
Double-click the audio on the Audio Track to open the Tools window. Check the Normalize box as shown in the screen image. Doing this will even out the sound level for the whole audio track.
Save Your File
Click the Export button. To save a video file, select the appropriate format in the Save Video File tab – you can choose from MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, and many other formats. If you want to save an audio file, switch to the Save Audio File tab and pick the format you need (for example, MP3, WAV, AAC, or FLAC). Click Start to begin saving and transforming the file and complete the export process.
With Movavi Video Editor, you can do much more than just normalize MP3 volume level: cut and crop videos, apply special effects and filters, insert animated transitions and titles, overlay and edit background music, and much more!
Movavi Video Editor
Creating videos has never been so easy!
- Edit video clips, images, and audio on a timeline
- Add transitions, filters, titles, and callouts
- Use special effects like Chroma Key and Slo Mo
- Export videos in any popular format
* The free version of Movavi Video Editor has the following restrictions: 7-day trial period, watermark on the output videos, and, if you’re saving a project as an audio file, an ability to save only half the audio length. Learn more