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how to manipulate sound from mini dvd?

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We are trying to edit a mini dvd recorded with a Sony Handycam using "Womble" software. We are beginners to editing but have been able to make good progress with the Womble software and have figured out how to use most of it.

However, we need to boost the volume on one part of the soundtrack. There is a conversation and one of the participants is mumbling and can hardly be heard and we need to boost the volume so we can hear what he is saying. It does not seem possible to separate the sound from the picture and/or manipulate the sound. Is there a way? If not, can someone suggest a creative way of getting round this. Could we maybe re-record the sound somehow, boost the bit that needs boosting, then mute the volume on the clip and reintroduce the sound in the voiceover track - somehow managing to synchronise the sound with the picture.

Cheers Chris
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