Create pro-level music videos on desktop.
Premiere Pro is a powerful and advanced video editing app for desktop and is available for Mac and PC devices. Make more complex music video projects with all the tools of a professional video editor.
Edit with unlimited video clips.
With Premiere Pro, you can work with an unlimited number of video tracks and up to 16 audio tracks. This enables you to achieve complex layers of both visuals and sound.
Access advanced video effects.
Premiere Pro provides a wealth of visual effects you can apply to video clips, so you can get as creative as you like with your footage. Add mosaics, twirls, and blur, and customize your video transitions. Work with unique titles and graphics. And perfect the hue of your clips or achieve cinematic color grading with the Lumetri Color panel.
Sync audio and video timing.
Use the Merge Clips function to sync audio and video clips that share the same sounds but were recorded at different times. And try the multi-camera editing workflow to sync the timing of video clips shot from different angles.
Achieve nuanced audio edits.
Distinguish between music, dialogue, sound effects, and ambient noise, and edit multiple parameters for each type of sound. Add audio transitions, and put extra emphasis on important sound effects for a dramatic effect.
Practice with this music video tutorial.
Discover how to master music video skills like audio synchronization between many clips, multi-camera sequences, and markers that allow you to edit the video to the beat of the song.
Music video editing FAQs.
Can you separate the audio from a video clip?
Yes. In both Premiere Pro and Premiere Rush, you can reveal the audio track of a video file and separate it into its own audio channel. You can then mute, edit, delete, or export the track on its own.
Can you create a slow-motion video clip?
It’s easy to slow down or speed up clips in Premiere Rush and Premiere Pro. But if someone lip-syncs in the clip, a change in the speed of the video will make mouth movements fall out of step with the audio on playback. Keep speed changes to clips that don’t feature mouth movements or plan ahead with creative workarounds. Perhaps your singer lip-syncs to a version of the song that’s been sped up, and then the clip is slowed down to normal speed in post to match the actual audio track.