The music and sound effects that play in the background of videos you are editing set the tone, therefore It is important that you do it right. With Enlight Videoleap, an extremely powerful and popular tool for mobile video editing for iOS, you can quickly and easily add audio from your iPhone and the cloud. However, things can be a little confusing if you have a timeline full of clips.
Actually, you can do a lot with audio in Videoleap for iPhone. You can separate audio from a video clip, add songs from your music app, add sound effects, and import audio files from cloud storage. When editing, you can move, trim, adjust the volume, fade in or fade out, change the speed and pitch, reverse them, add more bass, share them, and more.
: Add audio files to your video
You already have a video project with tons of video clips in it? Great. If not, add your videos and photos to a new project timeline and add transitions, animations and text to create a coherent story. Songs and sound effects are usually the last elements you add when you edit clips together. For the remainder of this manual, I assume that besides music and sound effects, you also have a fully prepared project.
To add music or sound effects Make sure that clips on the timeline are not selected on the other audio clips already in the video clips, then position the playhead where the audio in the timeline is located and click on "Audio" in the toolbar. From here you have three ways to add new audio tracks. (There is also a fourth option that I will mention that is accessed in a different way.)
If you prefer, you can only use Videoleap to edit audio if you have no videos or photos. However, if you export, you will see a blank video screen with your audio up – you can not export just one audio file.
Option 1: Add songs from your music app
You can add any song or sound clip from your music library, either from the music you synced through iTunes, or from Apple Music (with a paid subscription). On the Add screen, this is the first tab at the bottom left. When you add music for the first time, you'll be asked to grant Videoleap access to your Apple Music, music and video activities, and media library. Select "OK".
If you see "Whoops! Something went wrong" Instead, on the first tab, you clicked on the "Do not allow" permission prompt. You may also have disabled access manually after you grant it. In any case, you must give Videoleap permission to access audio content. You can do this via "Videoleap" in the Settings app. Turn on "Media & Apple Music" and you're ready.
The default category to load should be "Artists," which shows you all the artists in your music library. You can tap artists to see the songs (and how long they are) and hear a preview by tapping the play button on the song's image. You can also select categories by tapping "Artists" at the bottom left and selecting "Albums" or "Songs" (the next section describes "Files").
If you have found a song or audio track to record On the timeline of your video, tap the name or plus sign (+) next to the video, and it will drop to a level above the video level from the playhead.
Option 2: Adding Audio Clips from Your Files App
Files is Apple's File Manager app introduced in iOS 11 . There you can find all your iCloud Drive files and you can also access data stored in other apps on your iPhone from connected third party apps like Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Scan, Baidu Cloud, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.
Tap in the lower-right corner of the screen and then select Files. "If you have audio files in the Files app, either in iCloud or a third-party storage app, you can find them here. To select a third-party app or files saved by other apps, make sure that the Browse tab for iCloud Drive is selected, and then tap Locations in the upper-left corner.
You can not Preview audio clips or songs You can view and tap small details about them to add them to the layer above the video layer that begins with the playhead.
Option 3: Adding Sound Effects to Videoleap
wiss Finally, you can add in-app sound effects to your videos by tapping on the Sound Effects tab in the lower right corner of the screen. You have 11 categories to choose from: Action, Animals, Bleeps, Cartoon, Holidays, Instruments, Objects, People, Sci-Fi, Trailers and Video Games. Each category includes some sound effects up to over twenty. Most sound effects are only a few seconds long.
Tap the Play button to hear a preview of the sound effect. If you like, tap the name or plus sign (+) next to the object to add it to the layer above the video layer that starts with the playhead.
If you have a video file that contains a desired sound effect, or you want the entire audio track to appear in the timeline without the video attached. This is absolutely possible. On the timeline, tap the red-and-white plus sign (+) to open the Add screen.
You can choose from your videos using the lower left tab. Tap this tab to see more albums to refine your search. As in option 2, this also allows you to add videos from the Files app. You can choose from stock videos on the bottom right tab, but not all videos have audio tracks. When you've found a desired video, tap it to add it to the timeline.
Then tap the video in the timeline to select it, and then tap Audio on the toolbar. In the next group of tools, tap "Unlink" to separate the audio in a separate track from the video. Then select the video clip again and tap Remove on the toolbar. You can also tap and hold the video and drag it to the trash.
Before you start editing tools, you should know how to move and trim the audio. To move it, tap and hold the blue music icon above your audio clip. Then drag it to the left or right. To cut the sound, tap the music icon to select the song, then touch the left or right arrow at either end and drag it to where you want to cut it. You can also remove the audio in the same way and move it outward only.
If you want to delete the audio clip, tap the audio clip to select it and tap Remove on the toolbar. Alternatively, touch and hold the audio clip and drag it to the trash.
Now that you've selected audio for the video, it's time to explore the tools available in Videoleap. Tap the music icon above your audio clip to select it and display the audio editing toolbar. These tools allow you to adjust the volume, mute the sound, fade in the sound, change the speed and pitch, etc.
The "Volume" setting is set to 100 Zero (mute) or increased to 500 (really disturbed, distorted sound) by dragging the white bar to the left or right of the slider displayed. Instead of reducing the volume to zero, you can also tap "Mute" in the toolbar to turn off the sound.
"Show" lets you show or hide the audio. Audio "Fade Out" causes the end of the audio clip to soften until it is no longer audible. With "Fade In" the beginning of the audio clip is gradually louder until the full volume is reached. Move the white bar of the slider to the right to increase the length of the crossfade, to the left to decrease it. The use of transitions gives your audio a more professional sound. It's cleaner than throwing a song into a video and not editing it.
Use the Speed slider to increase the speed from the default setting of "x1". reduce to "x5" (five times faster) or to "x0.12" (about one tenth of normal speed). This increases the amount of time the audio clip takes in the timeline. This can be used to correct audio at incorrect speeds, to make the audio more responsive to the speed of the video, or to confuse the sound of the audio.
If you change the speed, you can use the "Change Pitch" tool to keep the speed and at the original pitch, the latter usually being affected when changing the speed Slowing down the speed of your audio also lowers the pitch. "Change Pitch" normalizes the pitch and returns it to the original sound while maintaining the slower speed.
If you use "Change Pitch" for a song, the Instruments change their pitch, but the vocals get back to their original level "Change Pitch" alone does not matter, you need to change the speed for this feature to work, you can tap "Keep Pitch" to undo the changes.  Everything you need to know about adding and editing audio for videos in Enlight Videoleap for iPhone ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>