Synchronize a sound recording which was recorded separately to the video. Repair a clip in which the sound and video have drifted apart. In theory the process is fairly straightforward — you just need to move the audio track relative to the video track until synch is achieved. Note: If you have a single file containing both the audio and video, you will need to separate them first. Place the audio and video clips on the timeline roughly where they need to be in relation to each other like so: 17 of 39
From here all you need to do is drag the audio clip left or right until it matches the video. Start by getting it approximately right (preview the project to see how it's going), then zoom in closer on the timeline to get finer control. To get perfect synch you will want to zoom right in to single-frame view. Once the clips are correctly aligned, you might want to link them together to avoid accidentally losing synch. Left-click the video track, hold down your Shift key and click the audio track so both are selected. Right-click either clip and select Link Audio and Video, like so: Helpful Tips To make synchronization easier, try to find a part of the audio/video which has a sudden sharp noise with a corresponding image. This is what a clapper board is used for — it provides a clear visual reference with a sudden burst of sound. 18 of 39
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Common Tasks & Functions Making Titles in Adobe Premiere Pro There are two ways to create titles in Adobe Premiere: (1) Premiere's built-in Title Designer . This the simplest method — the title designer is quick and easy to access, and has helpful features like the ability to see video frames underneath the title as you create it. The disadvantage is that the title designer is relatively limited — it's fine for most common requirements but in some situations you'll need to use the second option... (2) You can create titles in another program such as Photoshop and import them into Premiere. This allows you to use all the power of your favourite program for creating advanced titles. Using the Premiere Title Designer Premiere's Title Designer is a utility which allows you to create simple text titles for use in Premiere projects. To open the Title Designer, select File > New > Title, or F9 on your keyboard. The title window appears as pictured below. 20 of 39
By default, the background of the title composition area shows the current frame in the timeline (i.e. the position of the scrubber). This allows you to see the video underneath the title as you create it. You can also select a different frame for reference if you like.
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- Spring '19
- Dr. Vicente C. Handa
- Video clip, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Systems, Adobe