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Enhanced Multitrack Editing in Adobe Audition CC
Show: Learn Audition CC
In this video, Principal Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine walks you through some of the new features to enhance your multitrack editing and mixing experience in Adobe Audition CC, including customizable track and clip colors, sound removal , ITU loudness metering, and more.
Record and import audio from other devices into Audition
Show: Adobe for Academics
If you’re giving a lecture, presenting to a class, or sharing your research, you can record your audio presentation with a portable audio recorder and then import that audio into Adobe Audition® and create an audio presentation that students, peers, or colleagues can listen to online. Learn how to import an audio recording from a smartphone or other portable device into Adobe Audition® and make it ready for editing and publishing as a .mp3 file.
Controlling audio levels in video clips
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Audio is an important part of video projects. Jeff Sengstack explains how to control audio volume levels in a Photoshop video project. He shows you how to control audio levels on a clip-by-clip and for clips that extend for the entire duration of the project. He also shows you how to smooth the audio edits from one clip to the next using the fade feature and to use the audio fade with the video crossfade to smooth the opening and closing scenes of a video. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Remove noise from an audio recording
Show: Adobe for Academics
If you have recorded a lecture, presentation, or other piece of audio, you may need to clean it up and remove unwanted noises. Using Adobe Audition, you can easily remove noises, hums, whirs, and slamming doors to ensure you have an audio recording that is easy for students to hear.
A Look at Audition CS6's Multitrack Mixdown Options
Show: Digital Video CS6
What is the value of multi-track mixdown and how to use use them when editing audio.
Logo Takes (Part 2)
In the second part I'll import the 4 clips into Adobe Premiere Pro. Edit them using the Multi-Camera tool, Sync the edits to audio and explain how to modify and improve the cuts. Then its time to use BCC effects and transitions. These effects can add so many creative options to the final edit. Here I'll be using the BCC Linear Wipe and BCC Jitter Time to create a very impressive final result.
Roundtripping with Adobe® Soundbooth® CS5
Using Adobe® Soundbooth® CS5 you can export the audio for your entire project as a single file. Once you have finished editing the audio you can import it back into Adobe® Captivate® whilst still maintaining slide association and audio quality.