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Separating audio from a single audio source via text based editing

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Feb 29, 2024 Feb 29, 2024

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Hi there, I shot an interview that needed a simple audio edit, after export, to bring one of the speakers up in volume. Trouble was, the audio layers were flattened, so I only had single track audio to work with. Yes the best way is to get the original files and boost the audio there, but that wasn't an option. So I looked at text based editing to help. I transcribed the audio, created the speakers, highlighted each segment where one of them spoke and copied them into another layer. Then I nested the audio to create two tracks and adjust the audio across the whole interview. 

My question is, would it be viable to have this be automated within premiere. Would it not be possible to click a button to have the speakers separated into two tracks from one? If it is possible, how could it be implemented and what would it look like?

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Feb 29, 2024 Feb 29, 2024

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@Thomas28899058l5ai Currently in Premiere Pro (Beta) we're working on a feature that allows you to select all the dialog from one speaker to bulk-delete it. If you did that twice separately, once for each speaker, that would let you then build out your separate speaker tracks much more easily than going block by block. Check out this forum post for more: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-beta-discussions/text-based-editing-update-bulk-delete-s...

 

You can try it today if you install Premiere Pro (Beta) from the Beta Apps section of Creative Cloud.

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