After your site visit, you realize that all of the footage you acquired outdoors has an unpleasant wind noise in the background. You play the clip over and over, so happy with what can be seen - but not so much with what can be heard.
Adobe Audition is here to help.
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You’re packing up the equipment after a successful interview with your nonprofit and realize that all of the audio was recorded on an external microphone. You start to panic, wondering how you’ll be able to directly line up both the audio and video- without hours of effort. You can't have your interviewee off-timing with their own voice.
This tutorial is here to help. In Adobe Premiere, there is actually a pretty simple fix for syncing external audio to video. Let’s start.
You are walking with the B:Roll camera and you capture an awesome detail of your nonprofit’s site, one that you know will add to the overall digital story that your group is working to produce. After realizing you may have gotten one too many espresso shots in your Dunkin’, its too late... Your footage is a bit shaky, and you wonder if it can even be used in your final draft.
You can fix it! Using the tools in Adobe Premiere, we will be giving you a step-by-step stabilizing strategy. Check it out -
The clouds just won’t seem to go away. It’s your second site visit and it’s been overcast each time, and the camera doesn’t seem to be documenting the color correctly. You’re left with footage that is slightly yellow-tinted, and don’t think it’s showing up like it should have on-screen.
Adobe Premiere has similar color-correcting tools to Photoshop and Lightroom - check out the tutorial to find out where they are located!
Adobe Premiere seems like an entirely new language. You find yourself asking, “Why isn’t everything just easily displayed right in front of me?” “Why do they have to hide all of the things I need in drop-down tabs?”
This tutorial is here to cut the amount of time you’d spend searching for these components, point you to exactly where these helpful tools are located, and most importantly - explains how to use them.
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After trouble-shooting and problem solving, your video is perfect. Time to export!