Just out of curiosity, what kind of 'tweaking' does FCP offer than PP 5.5 doesn't?
It isn't anything that Premiere doesn't offer, I'm just much faster on FCP in this one specific area. (audio level keyframing per clip)
In fact, if anyone has a link to a solid "audio level keyframing per clip" tutorial I'd really love to see it. I've looked extensively and cannot find one.
Anyone know how to move an audio clip up or down a track in the timeline without it moving left or right (going out of sync)? Shift doesnt work, is there a different button you hold down while you do it?
Any info at all would be great, and I definitely checked help/lynda/youtube.
Simply dragging an audio clip up or down will move it between tracks. If I really want to be sure it won't move out of sync, I'll line up the playhead with the beginning of the clip, then hold shift while I drag up or down, and the clip will still lock to the playhead (which is set where I want the clip cued already anyway).
I'm just much faster on FCP
Learning new software can slow things down for a while. But, if you don't start doing things in the new software, you'll never get faster at it.
You were slow at one point in FCP, too, remember.
I'm not aware of any tutorials on this subject. Do you have any specific questions we might answer?
" Do you have any specific questions we might answer?"
Yes, as I stated in my first post-
1. The audio is slipping 10 seconds per clip on an XML export from Premiere to FCP. Has anyone has this problem and know how to solve it?
2. Is there a tutorial somewhere that details how to keyframe audio levels per audio clip on a time line (not just a whole track at once)
If anyone has any ideas on either, I'd really appreciate it.
I mean, do you have any specific questions on how to do it in PP? Is there something missing from the Help file instructions that we can answer for you?
I just never use the XML feature of PP, so I can't help with that. Someone else may come along and offer advice.