- Getting a good sync when recording in the field
- Organizing audio and video with bins
- Marking sync points
- Choosing a sync method from the Project panel
- Syncing clips manually in the Timeline
- Examining metadata for merged clips
- Syncing multiple video angles to a single audio track
- Syncing with PluralEyes
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi there, I'm Robbie Carmen, and welcome to Premiere Pro Guru Synch Sound Workflow. Dual-system recording, that is, recording audio to a digital audio recorder and video to a camera, sometimes along with reference audio, has become very popular for productions of all kinds. From Hollywood and independent features, to docs, shorts, and even news. I'll show you how to organize clips, and how to manually and automatically synch clips together, using a variety of methods, both in Premiere Pro's project panel and on a timeline.
Once we've done some basic synching, we'll take a look at managing merged or synched clips, as well as how to synch multiple video angles to a piece of high quality audio, as is often the case for projects like music videos. Finally, we'll wrap up taking a look at a popular third-party tool called Plural Eyes by Red Giant. This powerful tool makes quick work out of synching audio with video as well as synching multiple angles of content. No matter if you're new to synch sound workflows, or just need a refresher on synching audio in Premiere Pro, this title is for you.
So, thanks again for joining me for Premiere Pro Guru Synch Sound Workflow.