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I have a movie which I have added a music track. Now I've added a voiceover, track and I can't get the music track to dampen. I put the Ducking level to 80%, but both tracks play back at the same level.

Any suggestions . . .
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Which iMovie are you using? With iMovie11 you get full control of track volumes, and can fade them in and out as required.
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Which iMovie are you using? With iMovie11 you get full control of track volumes, and can fade them in and out as required.
I just got iMovie 11. I'll just play with it until I can get it.

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Switch to the Timeline view and all the audio tracks will show their volume levels.
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