How to mix and master my audio description on Frazier
Once your text-to-speech file has been generated, it's time to mix and master my audio description on Frazier.
- First, you need to be in the project overview. Scroll down to the tts file under files.
- Click on the three dots to the right of the file and select “Automated Mix”.
- This opens up the automated mix options.
- Select the ducking level in the dropdown.
Tip: The ducking level determines how much the volume of the original audio track is lowered when the audio description voice is active.
How to master the audio file
Once you have selected the ducking level, it's time to master the audio file.
- Select the loudness target in the dropdown.
Tip: The loudness target should correspond to the specifications that apply to where your video will be broadcast.
- Select the original audio track from the dropdown menu.
- Next, select the tts file as the voice.
- Click on “Start” to generate the automated mix.
- 👉 The mix is now being generated, as indicated by the loading dots in the checklist.
- ✅ The green check mark shows that the mix has been generated.
How to replace the audio
This is a useful option when you want to replace the audio with a better-quality mix (WAV file only).
- In the project overview, click on the three dots next to the audio file.
- Select Replace Audio.
- Click on Choose File to select the new audio file.
- Click on Save.
Please contact us if you would like to have the Replace Audio option as part of your plan.
Please note that this feature is currently only available in the Production plan.