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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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!?!".
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!
When I'm not out filming or meeting with clients, it is a safe bet that I'm in my office editing. That means I'm switching back and forth between Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. (Not to mention some related Photoshop and Illustrator files as well as the odd Google Doc.) For someone who spends so much time working with files in After Effects and Premiere Pro, a way to make the two work together is a highly valuable tool.
These represent 2 of my favourite videos of 2013. Beautifully filmed interviews combined with eye-catching 3D treated photographs and some very compelling Israeli stories of tolerance of rehabilitation. Produced and filmed by Eclipse Productions for Federation CJA, Imagination Creations was hired to shoot the still photos as well as to do all the editing and effects on both videos.
Take a look at the result in these amazing Israeli endeavours.