How to adjust your manually uploaded voiceover?

How to adjust your manually uploaded voiceover?

If you are using an uploaded voiceover to autosync with the video, then the AI does a really good job with the auto sync.

However, if you would like to edit it futher, this is how to you do it.

1. Click on adjust voiceover or adjust as in the screenshot below

2. To adjust the voiceover, select the scene -> use the green lines to adjust the voice by moving it to the left and right -> Click on Save then click on Close

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