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Clip Time Stretching and Real Time Pitch Correction in Audition CS6
Show: Digital Video CS6
Adobe Evangelist Jason Levine shows how to use the clip time stretching and real time pitch correction in Audition CS6.
Adobe at Sundance - Interviews with NEXT Finalists
Show: Adobe at Sundance
We were a proud sponsor of the NEXT category of films at Sundance. NEXT films stretch limited resources to create impactful and truly embody the spirit of independent filmmaking. This video highlights interviews with NEXT category contestants. Congratulations to all of the contestants, and a special congratulations to the winner, Mike Birbiglia, for "Sleepwalk with Me."
Favorites and Batch Processing Behaviors
If you’ve ever had to edit numerous audio files one by one, then this episode is going to make you happy. We’re going to show you how to Batch Process as many files as you want out to different formats including sample type, format settings and and the same time, apply any process that you’ve saved as a favorite! In our example we’ll Stretch and Pitch so each file will end up with the exact same length regardless how long the original recording was.
Dude, Where's My Task?
Are you looking for the Tasks that you’re used to in Soundbooth when you start using Adobe Audition 5.5? Colin will show you a step by step walkthrough between to the two applications, pointing out where the same operations are in Audition. He’ll also point out that Audition is much more powerful at all the tasks you’re used to using in Soundbooth, including Noise Reduction, Time Stretching, Automatic Click Remover, DeHummer, Looping and more. The fact that he’s demonstrating all this on his “wicked fast” HP Z800 workstation makes Audition all the more powerful.
CS4's Content Aware Scaling Feature
Show: Photoshop With Matt
If you've ever had to scale an image in Photoshop, you've probably noticed that Photoshop squishes or stretches it. Content Aware Scaling instead inserts (or removes) bands of pixels throughout the image and keeps the image resolution totally intact.