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How to create a seamless audio loop via premiere pro?

New Here ,
Jan 03, 2023 Jan 03, 2023

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So I hope this is appropriate for Premiere Pro. I have been trying to make nature videos with calming sounds that last for 8 hours or more. I learned how to "remix" audio from premiere pro to adobe audition recently, but when I played back the sounds it really isn't a seamless loop. It only uses PARTS of the audio and not every part of it. Does anyone know how to make an audio loop via Premiere Pro (or Audition I guess) without just doing a copy/paste situation? That way is not seamless and would take forever for the length of the videos I'm making.

 

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Community Expert , Jan 07, 2023 Jan 07, 2023

Can you crossfade from the end of your track to the beginning of the same track and get a seamless result? You might need to trim the start and end of you track so the crossfade is seamless. Once you've got it trimmed, select the clip and copy/paste. Hit paste say 10 times or so. Then reselect all the clips, and copy/paste again. With 30mins of music, you'll only need to paste 15 more times to get 8 hours. You can then select all the clips and hit shift+d to add the crossfade to all transitions.

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Jan 07, 2023 Jan 07, 2023

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Can you crossfade from the end of your track to the beginning of the same track and get a seamless result? You might need to trim the start and end of you track so the crossfade is seamless. Once you've got it trimmed, select the clip and copy/paste. Hit paste say 10 times or so. Then reselect all the clips, and copy/paste again. With 30mins of music, you'll only need to paste 15 more times to get 8 hours. You can then select all the clips and hit shift+d to add the crossfade to all transitions. Just tested this, it might get a bit laggy once you have a really long timeline, and you might have some issues exporting - cant say I've ever tried exporting very very long sequences.

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Jan 08, 2023 Jan 08, 2023

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I will try this, thank you so much. I really appreciate how detailed you were - that is super thoughtful. I hope you have a great day!

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