Audio editing that makes an impact.
From short YouTube videos shot on an iPhone to feature-length films, the perfect soundtrack can help your video project hit all the right notes. And with video and audio editing software like Premiere Pro, you can easily edit and pair the ideal audio file with your video clip.
Audio mixing is a balancing act. You want the dialogue to stand out from the background music, and the sound effects need to match up with the action on screen. With the audio workspace in Premiere Pro, you can repair, adjust, and layer your sounds and effects for a seamless soundtrack. Plus, when you arrange audio clips by color and track, it’s easy to organize your work and apply audio effects uniformly across different clips.
How to start editing audio in Premiere Pro.
1. Import all of your video files and audio clips into Premiere Pro.
2. Wait for the audio workspace to automatically open.
3. Drag and drop the audio clips from the project panel into your timeline.
4. Cut, trim, and arrange the audio clips on your timeline.
5. Change the color of clips and place them on different tracks to keep your work organized.
6. Right-click on an audio clip to see the main tools and start applying effects.
Different kinds of audio to edit.
No two sounds are the same, but when you tag clips by audio type in the Essential Sounds panel, you can easily adjust the most appropriate levels and effects for similar kinds of audio.
Adjust the dialogue.
When you tag audio clips as Dialogue, you can unify different recordings for a common loudness. If you overlay a voiceover into your video, make sure you reduce the background noise, adjust the reverb, and improve the clarity. To increase the accessibility of your video, you can also easily add subtitles to ensure everyone understands the conversation.