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Cleaning up Audio in Adobe Audition

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Cleaning up Audio in Adobe Audition

For those of us in the promotional video world, we know all too well that recording perfect sound is often a pipe dream. Luckily, Adobe Audition offers a simple and quick way to clean up your audio, that is effective in most cases.

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Moving Audio with Video

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Moving Audio with Video

Simple but commonly unknown for beginners. I am often asked by editors transitioning from Final Cut Pro 7, "Why won't my f&*$ing audio layer move to a different track with my video!?!".

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Organizing Footage with Label Colors

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Organizing Footage with Label Colors

Staying organized while editing is crucial, especially when dealing with larger projects and sequences. There are many ways to stay organized in Premiere Pro, and using Label colors is a great why to avoid getting lost in you own mess of footage!

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Granny's Birthday Club

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Granny's Birthday Club

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I was approached by the good folks at GIV3 to create a 2 minute video showcasing the story of 'Granny's Birthday Club'. We met and discussed the many possible approaches we could take to creating a video like this, and agreed upon a style that we all thought was best suited to the message of GIV3. [nggallery id=9 columns="1"]

Despite the simplistic visual style of this video, the process in which it was created was anything but simplistic. It required many steps of drawing, printing, tracing, scanning, compositing, tweaking, and that is before all the editing even begun! Enjoy the video and have a look at some production stills below.

This video was a lot of fun to work on, and I am always glad to be able to collaborate on projects for a good cause. Check out the video, and 'Like' or 'Share' it below!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLR3I4YPc20[/youtube]

For an informative tutorial of how some of this video was created, have a look at my After Effects Handwriting Tutorial!

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