Repairing audio is an important part of your workflow. Sometimes the audio gets recorded with imperfections. Whether it is a noise, reverb, or hum, the Adobe Premiere Pro Essential Sound panel can help you. In this video, learn how to reduce noise, rumble, and hum with the Essential Sound panel.
- Repairing audio is an important part of our workflow. … Sometimes we cannot help it … audio gets recorded with blemishes. … Whether it's a noise, rumble or hum. … Premieres Essential Sound Panel can help you. … Go ahead and open sequence 3.1 … and in here you going to see three different audio files. … The first one. … - [Lady] And so I. … - [Instructor] Is an interview that has noise in it. … The second one. … - [Lady] If you are using a three button mouse, … you can. … - [Instructor] Is a voice over with rumble. … And finally the last one. … - [Lady] Working in the 3D Unique is the ability. … - [Instructor] Is a voice over that has hum in it. … Let's of ahead and select all three of them … and classify them as dialog. … Let's select just the first one. … And now we're going to repair it. … So in the essential sound panel right under loudness, … you are going to see the repairs section. … And in here, if you click it expands. … We are going to reduce the noise. … To reduce the noise turn it on by clicking this checkbox …
- 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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