Detach Sounds and Create Voiceovers Using iMovie
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You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we created a project. This is a tutorial on how to detach audio and create a voice-over using iMovie.
- 11For this tutorial, the "Input Source" is set to "Yeti Stereo Microphone". This is the microphone being used. It can be a different microphone (even the internal one that is built-in to your computer). The volume level is currently set to 100%. Some microphones or mixer boards have a gain control. If you don't have that or if you speak very loudly, then you may notice that the green bars will not move at all or become yellow or even red.Click "Input Source" to select the audio input.
- 15After the audio has been recorded, you can press the space bar on the keyboard to listen to how the audio sounds.Advertisement
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