🎧 Mixing & Mastering
It’s now time to mix your text-to-speech output with the original audio track of your video.
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.
First, select the ducking level. This determines how much the volume of the original audio track is lowered when the audio description voice is active.
After that, select the loudness target. This 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.
Simply click on the file to listen to it and download it.
Getting Started: Tutorial Video
🎞 Creating A New Project
✍️ Creating An Audio Description Script
📋 Duplicating A Script
📓 Exporting A Script
⌨️ Using Shortcuts While Scriptwriting
🎤 Creating A Text-To-Speech File
🎧 Mixing & Mastering
📺 Creating A Video
How do I add a cue point?
One of my videos is in 25 fps while the other one is in 24 fps.
The timecode in my video doesn’t match the timecode in the software. What do I do?
What do I do if I need several versions of the script?
What do I do if I get a new version of the video to work on?
How do I delete a project?
How can I create my audio description in other languages?
How do I change the voice in a document?
How do I delete a document?
How does the video player work?
How does the quick navigation feature work?
How do I add tags?
How do I move cue points around?
How do I add another Pro user to the project?
How do I create sub-accounts?
How do I add sub-accounts to projects?
How does the chat work?
How do I change my profile details?
How does the bulk edit function work?
The text-to-speech output isn’t working. What’s going on?
The editor isn’t showing correctly. What’s up?
Daniel J. Gray