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Adobe Certified Associate in Video Communication Using Premiere Pro CS 6/CC
Topics : Identifying Design Elements When Preparing Video : Demonstrate knowledge of using audio to enhance video content.
One area where Premiere Pro is significantly superior to most other editing applications is audio.
These tutorials were all made using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 although most of the details outlined are true for all versions of Premiere Pro. These sections are included in the latest version of our Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial.
video production is often a team effort. Although some small productions can be achieved by a single person, when quality is a priority, it quickly becomes necessary to work with specialists who have a deeper knowledge of specific disciplines such as audio recording and editing, still graphics, titles, and color grading.
That kind of deep specialization also extends to the software you use. Even if you can work on a project by yourself, you may find that some phases of production can benefit from more specialized software. Adobe has a strong lineup of desktop applications that can handle many aspects of video production, and Adobe mobile applications are becoming increasingly useful as well. If you have a full subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (not a Premiere Pro–only subscription), it’s a good idea to be aware of these resources because all of them are already included with your subscription. You can install most of the applications in this chapter directly from the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application, and you can find out more about them at the Adobe Creative Cloud applications page (www.adobe.com/creativecloud/catalog/desktop.html).
EDITING AND MIXING AUDIO WITH ADOBE AUDITION
Adobe Audition to edit an audio clip in a Premiere Pro sequence. You can turn to Audition to fix audio problems that are too challenging for Premiere Pro. For example, you can use Audition to clean up audio by removing noise and unwanted sounds such as pops. Doing so is easy because of the integration between Audition and Premiere Pro. You can jump to Audition from an audio clip selected in a Premiere Pro sequence, edit it, and return to Premiere Pro with the edited clip in place— without having to manually export or import files.
In Premiere Pro you’ll probably spend the bulk of your time using the Timeline panel, so it’s good to be familiar with the layout of its controls
The main area of the Timeline panel is where you see audio and video tracks and the clips and other media sequenced. Here are some of the primary tasks you’ll perform in the Timeline panel:
Zoom the time magnification level using the scroll bar at the bottom, the Zoom tool, or the + (plus)/– (minus) keyboard shortcuts.
Move the playhead in time by dragging it, entering the time into the Playhead Position time display, or using keyboard shortcuts such as spacebar to play/pause your video playback.
which tracks are targeted, locked, hidden, muted, and so forth using the icons along the left side of the Timeline panel.
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