Normalizing Windows Movie Maker Soundtrack Tutorial
One of the more frequent questions I see related to creating movies with Windows Movie Maker is how to normalize the soundtrack audio. Normalizing is the process of leveling the peak volume of an audio selection, which is particularly useful when combining a series of tracks mastered in different locations at different times. Currently, Movie Maker is very limited in audio editing features, so any heavy duty audio editing must be done in some other application. This video tutorial demonstrates the process required to normalize a soundtrack for a Movie Maker project using the Sound Editor app included in Roxio Easy Media Creator.