Setting a Song to Your Video Clips

1. Pull a sound clip, from iTunes for example, and drag it to your source box. You’ll grab it later when editing your sequence. 


2. Begin a new sequence by going to File/New Sequence



3. Pull your clip into your new sequence. 


4. Grab your sound clip and pull it into the sequence, specifically by placing it in the unlocked icon under “A” for Audio. 


5. You can edit the length of each clip much like how you do in Audition, within the sequence editing box. 

Obviously, the ultimate goal here would be to edit sounds in Audition and mix and match them with your video project. I’m excited about the convergence of all these programs we’ve learned in the last few weeks! 

~ by ajs706 on November 11, 2013.

2 Responses to “Setting a Song to Your Video Clips”

  1. I think it would be helpful to start off by saying that this tutorial is for Premiere. Although within the class we know what this is for, it might be unclear to an outsider what program this relates to. Also it would be helpful to give specific directions about the placement of the items within the screen such as the source box in the upper left-hand corner or something.

  2. It would be helpful to be more thorough and set expected audience as someone who does not have any adobe experience. (i.e. “source box” – someone new to adobe would not know where this is)
    In step 4 visual, it would be helpful if you put arrows and indicating boxes to direct readers to where you are referring to.

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