Looking at the interface in Adobe Premiere Pro, it shows a lot of information about the video and audio clips you have in your timeline. How do you keep your mix and output separated? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Cheryl Ottenritter help you understand the differences between the Master Output and Track Mixer in Premiere Pro.
- Cheryl, I sometimes find that…when I'm working in Premiere Pro it gets a little confusing.…I've got what's happening in the timeline,…what's happening in the mixer, what happens in the file.…We've got mixing here and output there.…Can you make a little sense of what's the difference…between output and the timeline mixing?…- Well, don't get your mix confused with your output.…In Premiere, they give you so many different output options,…you have different channels that you can output on.…But if you're a stereo mix, left and right,…channels one and two, don't confuse that with your mix.…
Those are valuable outputs that you're going to do…later on for deliverable, but it doesn't have to do…with your mix.…- So, what's really happening here is that…I should focus on getting something that sounds good…in the timeline, and then we can think a little bit later…about what happens when we write to the file.…And, there are great controls.…We can make adjustments at the clip level,…at the track level, or even monitor things…
- 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
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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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