Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 54: Learning Keyboard Shortcuts

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) Why use Keyboard Shortcuts in Premiere Pro? The simple answer is speed. When you start with Premiere Pro (PP), you’ll most likely use the mouse a great deal. But when you start editing more seriously you’ll find the mouse to be frustratingly slow and so you … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 53: Slip Into Sync

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) One of the reasons why you might want to un-link the video and audio portions of a clip in Premiere Pro is to create an edit type called a ‘split edit.’ In short, you want the audio or the video to start before the other part to help build anticipation, or as part … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 52: Move Into Sync

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) There are a number of reasons why you would want to un-link the video and audio portions of a clip in Premiere Pro. However, this can also lead to the clips moving out of sync with each other, which may not matter much for clips without dialogue, such as clips of the … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 51: Unlinking Clips In The Timeline

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I explain unlinking clips in the timeline, and there are a number of reasons why you would want to un-link the video and audio portions of a clip in your timeline. One example may be to create either a J or an L … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 50: Send Audio To Audition, Pt 2

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) Here is part 2 of my Premiere Pro tutorial on sending audio to Audition. The second way to do so is more advanced as it will send all the audio in your sequence to Audition, and allow you to work in a non-destructive way in the ‘Multitrack Editor,’ which allows … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 49: Send Audio To Audition, Pt 1

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) With the audio tools in Premiere Pro CC 2017 being so much better than before, you may be excused for wondering why you may still want to send your audio to Audition rather than doing it all in Premiere Pro. Well, the simple answer is that while Premiere Pro’s tools … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 48: Adaptive Noise Reduction, Pt 3

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) I conclude my Premiere Pro tutorial on Adaptive Noise Reduction with the final three controls. Here is part 1 and part 2. Last Three Controls Spectral Decay Rate is an important slider in Premiere Pro, as it can have a dramatic effect on your audio. If you … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 47: Adaptive Noise Reduction, Pt 2

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) I continue my discussion on Adaptive Noise Reduction in this Premiere Pro tutorial. Here is part 1.   Bearing in mind that natural audio will probably have some level of noise in it anyway, you need to decide at what level that noise is acceptable, … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 45: Audio Noise Reduction and Order of Effects

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) So far in our recent Premiere Pro tutorials, we have looked at sweetening our sound with the Parametric Equalizer, and then compressing our signal with the Tube-modeled Compressor. But what if we have noisy audio? Is there a way to deal with that? The simple … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 44: Tube-modeled Compressor, Pt. 4

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) It's time to wrap up this four-part series on the Premiere Pro Tube-modeled Compressor. I'll discuss the manipulating the Attack level. The last part of this effect to discuss is the ‘Attack’ level which is the speed at which the compressor starts to work, … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 43: Tube-modeled Compressor, Pt 3

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) Here is part 3 of my Premiere Pro lesson on the Tube-modeled compressor. Check out part 1 here and part 2 here. So far we have talked about ‘Threshold,’ which is the level above which compression will take place and ‘Ratio’ which is the amount of … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 42: Tube-modeled Compressor, Pt 2

-12dB And A Ratio of 6 x 1

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) I continue with my Premiere Pro lesson on the Tube-modeled compressor. Check out part 1 here.   First, let's discuss the slider, which is linked to ‘Threshold,’ and is the point at which the peak signal is going to be compressed. So at ‘0’ … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 41: Tube-modeled Compressor, Pt 1

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I will begin a series on the Tube-modeled Compressor. Rectified Audio in the Premiere Pro Timeline The first thing you will notice inside of Premiere Pro is that the audio only shows the top half of the waveform. This is called … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 40: Understanding Audio Compression

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In following tutorials I’m going to be talking about tools in Premiere Pro and Audition that allow us to compress the audio range of a clip or a track. So, what is audio compression and why do we need it? To best explain this, I have recorded some audio that … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 39: The Parametric Equalizer, Pt 3

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) We continue our tutorial on the Parametric Equalizer in Premiere Pro CC 2017. Click here for part 1 and part 2. Q/Width With the Parametric Equalizer, what is even more impressive is that you can directly affect how taut or slack the rubber-band effect is by … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 38: The Parametric Equalizer, Pt 2

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial, I continue discussing the Parametric Equalizer (click here for part 1). So, looking at the UI for the Parametric Equalizer we see we have 7 dots on a blue line. These dots - L, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and H represent various … [Read more...]