GoPro Hero6 creates a separate .wav file along with the .mp4 video. But my .wav-s are all too silent I can barely hear them. As the excerpt from HERO6 manual shows, I followed the Protune instructions marked in RED for audio post-processing. How will I know if the .wav-s are eligible enough for post-production and mix and is there some kind of 'trick' sound editors can do with this?
This separate audio file that HERO6 creates seems to have some kind of bug. Tyler, I don't own an audio editing app. My plan is to find a good designer for that. I am only a video editor, doing it in FCPX, so I am attaching the screenshot here of how it looks like on my timeline. This is a synced clip imported from Pluraleyes.