I recently tried to make a video that took clips of a speech and ran them together to make a song, but It kinda sucks. The words don't seem to fit the song and it seems kinda jumpy. I used Premiere Pro and Story to make finding words easier, but I can't seem to make it work. I'm not trying to trick anyone to watch my video, I just seriously wan't some help on making a better version. It is unlisted, so again, not a trap or anything.
^ Baracksdubs on YouTube makes really good ones, but mine doesn't fit as well as their's does. Please help.
You'll probably want to do part or all of your processing in Audition. The folks on this forum can help you out on how to get the audio to be more smooth: http://forums.adobe.com/community/audition/audition_general
One of the things I noticed on the second video is that they're using a song that has a very centered and consistent beat. That makes editing the dub a lot easier. They're making their cuts on very clear beat and measure boundaries. When you go over to the Audition forum, I suggest asking about the speech alignment tool, and loudness matching. The reason is that the audio stretching capabilities within Audition are much better, and you'll also want to have the speech be more even as far as loudness go to help with the flow of the video.
Does this one have a consistent beat?