I copied and Pasted Audio Track 2 onto Audio Track V1 so both tracks are now the Mic on the Grooms jacket.
Instead of duplicating channels (I am assuming
you did this in order to center the groom's audio)
Is there a way to Highlight all of his clips, His clips only, and tell Premiere Pro CS 5.5 to make all his levels at -6? That would be the best option. Then, if neccessary, I can just go in and tweak a few that still were too loud or soft.
Have you considered making the overall adjustment in
the Audio Mixer instead of on the tracks themselves?
+1 for Joe's suggestions on both aspects of this.
Thanks for the info.
Here is what I did:
1) I brought my Audio and Video down to a Timeline in Premiere Pro CS 5.5
2) I immediately put the "Fill Right" filter on the audio. THis got rid of the Ambient sound and doubled up on the Grooms Microphone.
3) The then went to Soundbooth, straight from Premiere Pro
4) In SoundBooth I went to Process ------- Normalize Volume Levels.
5) In 10 seconds SoundBooth leveled out all of my levels without it peaking. They were perfect.
6) I then saved it and went back to Premiere Pro and the SoundBooth Audio replaced my original Audio.
7) I played it back in Premiere and it was Great. The levels were perfect.
It even leveled out the Proests voice which was pretty low at points as well.
Jim Simon wrote:
Is there a better way to separate the channels
I like option 3:
+1 for this ^^^ way of doing things.
Interesting about the "normalizing" of the audio. Is there a way to do this in Audition?