If a portion of the video was silenced in Snagit, how do you restore the audio?
1. The speaker could be heard when the video was being recorded with Snagit. However, when the video was played back, the speaker was muted. In Snag It, how do I edit the recorded video to unsilence it?
2. After unchecking both the speaker and microphone icon buttons in the middle of the video, I could hear the remainder of the video.
3. How do I set so Snagit tool is always set to record both the speaker's voice (speaker phone icon) being recorded and the listeners voice(microphone)?
1. If a portion of the video was silenced in Snagit and you want to restore the audio, you can follow these steps:
- Open the video in Snagit Editor by selecting it from the Snagit capture tray or by importing it into the editor.
- In the editor, locate the portion of the video where the audio is silenced.
- Select the portion of the video by dragging the playhead or using the timeline controls.
- Go to the "Audio" tab in the properties panel.
- Ensure that the "Volume" slider is set to an audible level.
- If the audio is completely muted, make sure the "Mute" option is unchecked.
- Preview the video to ensure the audio is restored.
- Once you're satisfied, save or export the video with the restored audio.
2. If you have unchecked the speaker and microphone icons in the middle of the video and can now hear the remainder of the video, it means you have enabled the audio playback for that section. You can simply leave the speaker and microphone icons checked to ensure the audio is recorded and played back.
3. To set Snagit to always record both the speaker's voice and the listener's voice:
- Open Snagit and go to the "Capture" window.
- In the capture window, click on the "Video" tab.
- Under the audio section, ensure that both the speaker and microphone icons are checked.
- Adjust the audio levels using the sliders if needed.
- You can also click on the gear icon next to the audio options to access more advanced audio settings.
- Once you have set the desired audio configuration, start recording the video.
- Snagit will now capture both the speaker's voice (system audio) and the listener's voice (microphone audio) during the recording.
By following these steps, you can edit the audio settings in Snagit, restore muted audio, and set it to always record both the speaker's voice and the listener's voice.
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