Archives For Post-Production

Post-production tutorials.

Adobe Premiere Pro CC Update

In this video Dave Helmly will walk you through the newest features of the June 2016 update of Premiere Pro CC (v2015.3) . Here you’ll see the new Proxy workflow, working with Adobe Stock Video, New Lumetri Secondary Color with HSL controls , working with 360 VR video, and Open Caption Support. To make it easier for navigating this 35 minute video you can use the visual onscreen titles at the lower right to scrub to the area that you’d like to review. SPECIAL thanks to NASA for providing their amazing footage for this demo.

Source: Dave Helmly

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Customizing the Premiere Pro Timeline

In this video tutorial Jason Boone/Premiumbeat.com, takes a look at how to customize the Premiere Pro timeline.

Source: Premiumbeat.com


How to Sync Audio to Video in Premiere Pro CC
This tutorial will teach you various techniques to sync audio and video in Adobe Premiere Pro and CC.

Source: Corey Machado

 

Basic Audio Mixing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

– Track height to show waveforms
– Arrange for audio mixing.
– Volume control for each clip
– Different color of Audio Clips
– Audio Meter
– Stereo and Mono Audio files
– Range of decibels. How to turn up and down.
– Audio Gain function.
– Cross-fades or envelopes.
– Keyframes. Adding, Manipulating, Deleting
– Initial clean-up and conforming audio levels.
– Add Extra Sound Tracks.
– Import Sound FX
– Add Ambient Noise.
– Add Sound FX
– Add Music.
– Perform Final Mix.
– Fade in. Fade Out.

Sound FX websites:
http://www.FreeSound.org
http://www.SoundBible.com
http://www.SweetSoundEffects.com
http://www.SoundJay.com
http://www.SuperFlashBros.net/as3sfxr

Royalty Free Music:
http://www.Incompetech.com

Source: chinfat on YouTube

Make Your Sound Loud in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 
“Premiere Pro CC 2015.1 has a new audio loudness normalization feature which can make this quick and easy. In this episode we review why you should loudness normalize your audio for video projects and how to quickly do it when exporting your video from Premiere Pro CC”.

Source: Curtis Judd on YouTube

Adobe Audition CC 2015

Source: Larry Jordan’s tutorial on ‘warming a voice’. Utilises step-by-step instructions/visuals to guide you through the process.

Summary: To “warm up” a voice, we boost a range of bass frequencies. To improve diction, we boost a range of higher frequencies. And the tool we use to accomplish both these tasks is called an EQ filter (EQ is shorthand for “equalization”).

Link: Warm a Voice and Improve Diction

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Source: Larry Jordan’s tutorial on how to improve audio recordings especially of the human voice within Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Video recordings with variable audio quality is a very common problem, and this step-by-step tutorial is a very useful guide on how to ‘smooth’ those variables out and to achieve the best quality recording possible. Well worth the time to read it.

Link: Premiere Pro CC: Boost and Smooth Audio Levels