Filmmakers, editors, YouTubers, listen up! Find out how to sync audio and video for a super slick finished product right here.
Have you ever wondered how people manage to get video transitions or camera angle switches to line up perfectly to the beat of a track? Or maybe you’re stuck on how to get the audio from two takes of the same scene to synchronise and blend together. Using hit points in video creates drama and is awesome for that cinematic effect.
But, you probably think it sounds like fiddly, time-consuming work. That doesn’t have to be the case. If you’re relatively new to video editing, then there are plenty of video editing software options available. You can grab some online video editing lessons from Skillshare to brush up on the basics, or even take a deeper dive.
Here, we’re going to be looking at how to sync audio and video using Premiere Pro, a professional editing software. As a firm favourite with editors, there’s plenty of helpful resources online for getting to grips with this software.
Tutorial by Andorama
This video from Andorama, hosted by photographer and educator Mark Wallace breaks down how to sync audio and video. The processes are surprisingly straightforward, with lots of lovely automation at play.
There – not so difficult, right? Thanks to handy features built into Premiere Pro, a lot of the fiddle leg-work is done for you. You can have professional looking and sounding videos without needing to be a total video editing wizard.
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