How do I stretch audio in Movie Maker?

How do I stretch audio in Movie Maker?

How do I edit audio with Windows Movie Maker?

  1. Position the cursor over the beginning or end of the audio clip until you see a double arrow.
  2. Drag in to adjust the duration of the audio clip.
  3. To adjust the audio level, click on the Set Audio Levels button above the timeline.

Does Windows Movie Maker still exist?

Movie Maker was officially discontinued on January 10, 2017, and it is replaced by Video Editor (formerly Microsoft Story Remix) which is built in with Microsoft Photos on Windows 10.

Can you edit audio in Windows video editor?

To do that: Click the Custom audio option at the top of the Windows 10 Video Editor. Click Add audio file and select your preferred audio file from your computer. Adjust the audio file to start playing from any position on the project.

Is there a way to stretch an audio clip?

Just double-click the clip to bring up its properties box. Then under mode choose Realtime. This will stretch and compress your audio clip without it re-pitching it. You can use the Time dial to stretch your audio.

How do you stretch audio in FL Studio?

Or you could use the Stretch mode on the audio clip properties. By editing the Elastique parameter, the duration of the clip would change without affecting its pitch, but it would take a few seconds to adjust the timing before the new adjusted sound played in.

How to remix audio to match video duration?

In the Target Duration box, type the duration of the video clip to which you want to match the audio duration and press Enter or grab the zigzag handles on either side of the clip and drag to match the duration of the video clip. Audition remixes the audio to the target duration on the timeline.

How can I stretch a song in realtime?

You can take that classic ’80s tune that’s in 100 BPM and realtime stretch it to 140 BPM for your Drum ‘n Bass remix for example. What you can also do if you don’t select this Macro option is you can apply the realtime stretching to individual clips. Just double-click the clip to bring up its properties box.