PremiumBeat by Caleb Ward
Clean up your audio using the Adobe Dynamic Link.
It’s no surprise that one of the biggest differences between a well made film and a poorly made film is the audio. While the audio editing tools built into video editing softwares like Premiere Pro are great, sometimes you need more tools than what’s included. The good folks in Adobe realize this problem and have created a helpful way to merge Premiere and Audition using the Dynamic Link. The following video tutorial shows us how to use this feature to clean up noisy audio. The video covers:
- Using the Adobe Dynamic Link
- Working with Spectral Frequency Display
- Using Learn Sound Model Tool
- Working with Sound Remover
- The best way to get good audio is to record it on-set. If you are interested in learning more about capturing good audio while on production check out out post on boom operators.