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LumaFusion 2.0 is now available in the App Store. This is a massive new update that doubles the number of tracks for video and audio, streamlines the user interface, and much more.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:54 am 
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Hi everyone, just started using Lumafusion - I love it, but have a lot of questions...I will restrain myself from spamming here for now :) I'm posting my first "all done with Lumafusion" video to Youtube tonight!

So...in the app, I'm recording voice overs (all of my videos make heavy use of voice overs) using an iQ6 microphone and my ipad. It sounds "ok", but I know it could be better. I want to do some of the more basic improvement things like "Normalize" but it doesn't seem to be an option in LF (which surprises me). There are various settings like Dynamics or Limiter but I don't know how to use those.

So my question is: can anyone provide a short guide, tips, or a link to some guidance on how to use LF to improve an audio clip or voice over clip? I'm looking for specifics on what to put the settings at to improve sounds per se.

Previously I was using Adobe Premiere Elements, which has some of those simple options like Normalize Audio.

I suppose my feature requests would be:

- select multiple audio tracks so I can paste settings to a batch (I know this has been asked for)
- set master/auto audio ducking on a track level (example: I always want my music track to be auto and my main and voice tracks to be Master - it's inconvenient to set that on a clip by clip basis. I'm surprised it isn't set up this way already tbh!)
- some "simpler" audio filters to use such as Normalize


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:37 am 
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I record my voice overs outside of LumaFusion using a free app called Voice Record Pro by Dayan Networks Ltd.
The app has several controls and equalizers.
That way you can:
* Use Audacity to reduce noise (desktop)
* Import the voice over to LumaFusion as a single file. Then before you do anything else, apply ducking settings and any other audio settings so you do it once.

Looking forward to seeing you video!

MVE
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Check my new Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MobileVideoEditingTutorials/


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:48 am 
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Cool, using an outside app is definitely an option - but part of why I'm switching to LF is to simplify things in my workflow, so I'm hoping I can do some things to my VO in the app :)


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