Let's show you how to modify the volume levels over a section of your recorded video. First, go to the point on your timeline where you want to adjust the volume. Click on "Tools" and select "Volume" or you can just press the "V" key to start the tool Select the section to adjust by dragging the pink bar along the timeline. Or if you click on the start or end of the span, you can use the arrow keys to fine-tune it. On this recording, we have both narration and computer audio. To modify, choose which audio you'd like to edit. Clicking "Narration" we get options to reset the levels if we previously changed them, then, there are buttons to increase or decrease the levels, or to silence the section completely, When you make a change, you will see the levels on the timeline change. The icon here will also change to show that an adjustment was made. To preview what the new volume sounds like, press the "Preview" button here. When you are ready to commit, click the "Okay" button to save it. A colored span will show on the timeline where the audio level change was applied. If you want to edit or remove the adjustment, you can seek back to that spot on the timeline, then click this icon, and it will bring back up the controls so you can revise. Thank you for watching this tutorial.