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Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques by Jacob Rosenberg

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Chapter 16. Editing Your Voiceover

After you successfully record your voiceover narration, you can do a lot to the file to clean it up and get it flowing and sounding better than the original recording. In this chapter, you will edit the voiceover you created in Chapter 15 to match the flow of the video. You will add transitions to the head and tail of each clip so that there are no abrupt or excess noises. Finally, you will learn a new technique for removing unwanted breaths or noises in the spaces between words.

Cutting Your Voiceover

Editing the voiceover file is the first step to getting it into shape. Once you normalize the volume level, you will cut the voiceover into smaller pieces and adjust the timing with the flow of the video. By spacing ...

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