Premiere Pro Tutorial : Balance Audio easily with Adobe Sensei

 Adobe Sensei is a powerful artificial intelligence engine that powers many of the features in Premiere Pro. One of the most useful features of Adobe Sensei is the ability to balance audio easily. This can be a huge time saver for beginners and experienced editors alike.

To balance audio with Adobe Sensei, follow these steps:

  1. Select the audio clips that you want to balance.
  2. In the Audio Track Mixer, click the Ducking icon.
  3. In the Ducking settings, select the audio type of the clips that you want to duck.
  4. Adjust the Sensitivity, Duck Amount, and Fades settings to achieve the desired result.
  5. Click Generate Keyframes.

Adobe Sensei will automatically adjust the volume levels on all of the selected clips to create a balanced audio mix. You can then fine-tune the mix by adjusting the keyframes manually.

Here are some tips for using Adobe Sensei to balance audio:

  • Use the Sensitivity setting to control how quickly the volume of the ducked clips is reduced.
  • Use the Duck Amount setting to control how much the volume of the ducked clips is reduced.
  • Use the Fades setting to control how quickly the ducked clips fade in and out.
  • If you’re not happy with the results, you can always reset the keyframes and try again.

Adobe Sensei makes it easy to balance audio in Premiere Pro, even for beginners. With just a few clicks, you can create a professional-sounding audio mix.

Here is an example of how you can use Adobe Sensei to balance audio in a video with music and dialogue:

  1. Select the dialogue clips in the Timeline.
  2. In the Audio Track Mixer, click the Ducking icon.
  3. In the Ducking settings, select the Music audio type.
  4. Adjust the Sensitivity, Duck Amount, and Fades settings to achieve the desired result.
  5. Click Generate Keyframes.

Adobe Sensei will automatically reduce the volume of the music whenever there is dialogue. This will ensure that the dialogue is always clearly audible.

You can also use Adobe Sensei to balance audio between different types of audio clips, such as music, sound effects, and narration. For example, you could use Adobe Sensei to reduce the volume of the music whenever there is narration in your video.

Adobe Sensei is a powerful tool that can help you to create professional-sounding audio mixes in Premiere Pro. With a little practice, you can use Adobe Sensei to balance audio quickly and easily.

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