Censoring audio using bleeps


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Censoring audio using bleeps

As an editor, a lot of times your job is to censor out offensive content, and earlier on this training series, we looked at how to edit and censor video. In this is movie, we are going to look at how to censor audio. We have here this clip from the Time music video by the Zen Chemists and let's listen to just a snippet of that. (Man singing) So he says, "Time is funny." What we're going to do is we're going to pretend that instead of the word funny, he said something offensive. So we are going to edit out the word 'funny'. I didn't feel it was appropriate to use an actual swearword so we'll have to use our imaginations a little bit here.

So the first step is, again, make sure that the waveform is expanded. It won't help us too much here because this is a song and the waveform is really thick, but a lot of times you have dialog, and zooming in close to that dialog and having this waveform expanded so you can see what's going on, will be of great...

Censoring audio using bleeps
Video duration: 5m 16s 5h 38m Intermediate

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Censoring audio using bleeps provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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