Last week the Adobe Audition team sponsored a web-based seminar – I try not to use the word “webinar” unless the fate of the world hangs in the balance – hosted by Kanen Flowers. Kanen is well-known among the post-production and digital video crowd, and shared many of the secret tips and workflows he uses when editing audio for video projects. If you missed it, you can view the recorded presentation here.
Kanen covered many topics, such as his round-trip workflow between Premiere Pro and Audition, the power of on-clip fade controls, his preferred noise reduction techniques, and spectral frequency editing. The side conversations happening in the Chat pod were as fun as they were illuminating. For example, did you know that MP3 output is optimized for -6dB levels while MP4(AAC) is optimized for 0dB? Tips like that can make a big difference when you are prepping files for delivery.
You can check out the Audio Editing for Video Editors “webinar” with Kanen Flowers anytime. Feel free to follow up with any questions or comments at the bottom of this page, or at the Adobe Audition User Forums.
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