How to Use Movavi's Video Voice Editor
Edited by Pat Bitton
July 13, 2020
Video voice changer is a fun way to adjust sound in a video, improve audio quality, and make your videos more fun and creative. Use it to transform your voice so you sound like a completely different person or even a cartoon character. What’s more, if a person in a video speaks so fast that it’s impossible to understand what they’re saying, you can use a video voice editor to slow down their speech.
Want to know how to change your voice in a video? With Movavi Video Editor, you can make sounds faster or slower, add different audio effects, and much more! Just download this software for Windows or Mac and follow our step-by-step tutorial.
Read on to learn how to use Movavi’s video sound changer.
Download and Install Movavi Video Editor
Download the installation file and install the app on your computer following the onscreen guide. After the installation is complete, click the Start button in the installation window to launch the program.
Add Your Video to the Program
After the program starts, select New Project in the launch window. Click the Add Media Files button and select the video you want to edit. The file will be added to the Timeline.
Change Your Voice in the Video
To edit your voice, double-click the video on the Timeline and open the Audio tab.
To speed up or slow down the audio, adjust the Speed slider. Move the slider to the right to make sound faster or to the left to make it slower. Note that when you change the audio speed, the video playback speed also changes.
If you want to fade the audio in or out, move the appropriate sliders to set the timing for fade effects.
To distort your voice, click Audio Effects and select the effect you want to use from the list. You can add echo, make your voice higher or lower, or even create a robotic voice effect.
Save the Video
Click the Export button to save the edited video. In the dialog box that opens, set the format for your video, enter the file name, and select the destination folder. After you’ve specified all the settings, click the Start button to save the file on your computer. Now you know how to change the voices of videos with Movavi Video Editor!
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
Frequently Asked Questions
💻 How Can I Adjust the Audio in a Video?
You can tweak the audio in your clip with Movavi Video Editor. First, download and install the program on your computer.
Launch the program, select the New Project option, and add your video file to the Timeline. Double-click on the track to display the media settings, then open the Audio tab. Here, you can adjust the audio volume and speed, add effects, and remove noise. To even out the clip volume, check the Normalize box. You can also tweak the sound using the Equalizer. Once you are happy, click the Export button. In the dialog box that appears, specify the video format, enter the file name, and select the destination folder. Finally, click Start.
💡 How Do I Add My Voice to a Video?
You can add your voice to a video with Movavi Video Editor. First, download and install the program on your computer.
Run the program, click New Project in the welcome window, and add your video to the Timeline. Click the Microphone icon on the toolbar above the Timeline. In the window that appears, select your device and set the quality and the volume for your audio. Check the Enable voice-over mode box and click Start Recording. After a short countdown, the recording process will begin. When you’re finished, click Stop Recording. The recording of your voice-over will appear on a separate Audio Track. To save the video with your voice-over, click the Export button. In the dialog box that opens, select the format in which the video will be saved, enter the file name, and specify the destination folder. Click Start. That’s all there is to it!