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Moving Audio Clip less then 1 frame in Premiere

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Aug 16, 2009

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Is it possible to move an audio clip less then one frame in premiere CS4.  I recorded and then remixed in Audition 3.  Live concert was also recorded in HDV on a Canon hv30.  I want to use the remixed audio with the video footage in place of the camera audio.  It was recorded hdv 30P so one frame is a significant amount of time from the audios point of view.  The audio and video are about half a frame apart.  The only thing I can think of is take the audio back into audition and shorten the lead in by the required amount.  I was hoping for a easier way.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Ken

Rt-click the TimeCode display, and choose Audio Units. That will be as close as you can get. Do turn Snap OFF, before you go crazy trying to move/nudge the Audio.

Good luck,

Hunt

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Moving Audio Clip less then 1 frame in Premiere

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Is it possible to move an audio clip less then one frame in premiere CS4.  I recorded and then remixed in Audition 3.  Live concert was also recorded in HDV on a Canon hv30.  I want to use the remixed audio with the video footage in place of the camera audio.  It was recorded hdv 30P so one frame is a significant amount of time from the audios point of view.  The audio and video are about half a frame apart.  The only thing I can think of is take the audio back into audition and shorten the lead in by the required amount.  I was hoping for a easier way.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Ken

Rt-click the TimeCode display, and choose Audio Units. That will be as close as you can get. Do turn Snap OFF, before you go crazy trying to move/nudge the Audio.

Good luck,

Hunt

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Rt-click the TimeCode display, and choose Audio Units. That will be as close as you can get. Do turn Snap OFF, before you go crazy trying to move/nudge the Audio.

Good luck,

Hunt

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Hunt:

Knew there had to be away. Worked like a champ.

Thanks

Ken

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Ken,

Glad that it did work for you. Now, there are still some frame-specific things that can and cannot be done, as PrPro is frame-based, but for your need, it sounded like a good solution.

Thanks for reporting success,

Hunt

PS so you can mark your question as having been answered, right?

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Bazinga! Worked like a charm. Thanks, Hunt.

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This will be why I dont purchase the software. Crazy!

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You couldn't purchase it now even if you wanted to.  Adobe has moved to a subscription service only.

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Hey! Does anybody know how to do that in AE?

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The AE forum would probably be the better place to ask.  It's where the AE export hang out.

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Hey there,

this worked a treat on my original sequence, however, it won’t let me stretch my clip as wide on my third sequence of the same project. The audio timecode stays in 2:03.69 instead of 2:03.6900

and the wave for stretches out really really wide

can someone help?

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And where, prey tell, is the timecode display? Because what I can deduce as being it doesn't have the options you mention.

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Rt-click on the 'ruler' (timeline) that is on top of the timeline panel.

Select 'show audio time units'

Now the playhead can be dragged more precisely

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