How to Set Up Your Pro Tools Session for Video


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Setting up your Pro Tools session for video

In this movie, we are going to get an audio for video session going from scratch. We will populate our session with tracks and get set up with an audio for video workflow in mind. When we're done, you will have a useful session template you can use anytime you work with video. By default, when you start Pro Tools, you will get this dialog. I will start by creating a blank session. We will choose Broadcast Wave Files and a Sample Rate of 48 kHz. Bit Depth, we will choose 16 Bit, which is the standard video bit depth, although you could choose 24 Bit if you wanted to have more dynamic range. For I/O Settings, we will choose Stereo Mix, although we will be enhancing that as we go along. Let's click OK and it will ask us where to save it.

And let's call is A4V, and I will save it into this project folder. So, when Pro Tools open, you get a blank session. This is the default view set up. Let's configure a view for optimum working in audio for video. Obviously, you can further c...

Setting up your Pro Tools session for video
Video duration: 8m 44s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Setting up your Pro Tools session for video provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
Software:
Pro Tools
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