As you work with a variety of clients, you might have noticed that there are different audio and video standards and tech specs for different types of deliveries. What are common audio output levels? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Cheryl Ottenritter discuss different output levels that you may need to use regularly.
- Cheryl, I started my career working in broadcast…and then I moved into the world of corporate video.…And then the internet happened.…And it seems like all the knowledge that I've had…constantly needs to change.…We have different standards for different deliveries.…- Right and it's very hard sometimes…to keep track of everything.…So it's always important to ask your client…or ask the network what those specs are.…Matter of fact for almost every job I ask…because you just never know.…However I've locked into minus six dBFS for web,…live events, and for museum work…because it seems that minus six is a safe range…for all those types of platforms for your mix to play.…
- And that's going to work because you're dealing…with typically speakers connected directly…to the device that the end user has control over.…As opposed to broadcast workflows.…A lot of times with broadcast workflows,…even though you might be thinking it's all digital,…there's still analog equipment in the mix.…There's still bounce it up to a satellite,…
- Setting up your tracks in Premiere Pro
- Organizing tracks on the Timeline
- Adjusting audio levels on the Timeline
- Switching between track and clip control
- Using the Clip Mixer and Track Mixer
- Using submixes for routing and stem mixing
- Adding clip-level effects to audio clips
- EQ for male and female voices
- Removing background noise
- Compressing the master track
Skill Level Intermediate
Audition CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith Paul Murphy5h 32m Beginner
Introduction to Video Dialogue Editingwith Ashley Kennedy3h 14m Intermediate
Audio for Video: 2 Tips & Techniqueswith Jeff Jacoby28m 24s Intermediate
1. Getting Off to a Good Start
2. Adjusting Audio Levels on the Timeline
3. Mastering the Mixers
4. Essential Effects
5. EQ, Compression, and Noise Reduction in Action
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