Mixing the sound with video using NeoFilm

Editing the video and audio is now easy with NeoFilm. There are still lots of features, which the pro sound editor would want to try. In this context, mixing the sound with video can be a good feature to be used by the users. Although, we have seen a lot of video editing feature and discussed each part in detail in the previous write-ups.

The title speaks itself; mixing is something we can relate to with multiple tracks merging at one file and also with the video track. Therefore, with an easy to edit tool like NeoFilm, no reason to skip this useful feature and not to do any more experiment at all. Here, we can see the there is maybe a sequence where we can enhance the editing further with the correct music background.

Here, we are not ignoring the original sound; indeed, we are going to use the mixing feature while applying the variation of the volume and its levels.

Here are the steps of how you can add a mixing background sound to a video track-

NeoFilm software suggests you the MP4 format to export, along with the resolution, frame-rate, aspect ratio, and more parameters, which seems to be more inherited from the real video click.

Here, if you collected the sequences of the video clips from the disparate source and with the different format parameters, NeoFilm software could make the best guess and “average” of the default suggestions of exporting a file. Also, it would be good the use the second-guessing of your selections; however, you don’t need to do it in the above case.

Note: To avoid any issues, you can create a new video track by using the step-[Menu>”Add Video Track”]. Now, you can see the highlighted new track; just append the MP4 track into the track at zero point.

All the different tracks will now be simply added to each ever. Here, you will need to take care of balancing levels. This may cause clipping but will prevent the levels changing uncontrollably. In addition, when mixing multiple audio tracks, you will have to make sure that there’s Headroom or that you apply the normalized filters. Also, possibly the gain/volume filter you can read a more extensive description on the release announcements page.