In this video, learn how to use clip volume in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Volume is usually the output of a system, … so it is the loudness that you hear. … In a mix, volume is what comes out, … what you actually do hear. … Gain, on the other hand, is the level of the input. … It is how loud the levels are … going into the mixer, not out of it. … It sounds complicated, but think of it as a mic … going into a mixer. … Gain is the level at which you have the input channel level, … and volume is the output of the mixer itself. … It is what goes to the speaker. … A lot of people use the words gain and volume … to mean the same thing. … For our purposes, we will use gain … as how loud something is before processing, … and volume as how loud something is after processing. … Open the sequence named 2.6 Volume, … and look at the clip in the timeline. … Play the timeline, and you will see in the audio meters … that the levels are peaking … somewhere at around minus 12 dB. … - [Man] Seward is a-- … - [Instructor] And sure enough, you can see … around here is where they're peaking. …
- Audio basics in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Processing audio levels with the Essential Audio panel
- Best practices for mixing audio
- Using audio transitions
- Reducing noise and reverb
- Enhancing your audio
- Legalizing levels for broadcast
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basics of Audio
2. Mixing Audio
3. Repairing Audio
4. Enhance Your Audio
5. Legalizing Levels for Broadcast
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