Most of the time, digital audio is represented by waveforms in audio and video editing applications. The same is true in Adobe Premiere Pro. How do you best take advantage of waveforms in Premiere? In this video, learn how to best use audio waveforms in Premiere Pro.
- Most of the time, … audio in Premiere Pro is represented by waveforms. … You can easily see these in the timeline. … The height of the waveform shows the audio amplitude, … which is the loudness. … So the taller the waveform, the louder the audio. … The waveforms are being created … by the .cfa files. … So if you ever have issues … with the graphical display of the audio, … you could delete these files … and prevent Premiere Pro from rendering them again. … Let's try that. … Open the sequence named 1.3 Waveforms, … and expand the audio track … so that you can see the waveforms a little bit better. … To expand the audio track, … press and hold the Alt or Option key … and place your mouse cursor … on the track header section of your timeline. … Then you can use the mouse scroll wheel … to expand or contract these tracks. … If you add Shift to this, … all of your tracks will become taller and/or shorter, … depending on how you scroll the mouse wheel. … You also have the ability … to save this expanded view as a preset. …
- 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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