January 16, 2009

Scrub in audio units in editors

I'm Not Bruce notes (along with other things good to remember) that Syncing Multiclips 1/100th of a Frame at a Time is possible in Final Cut, not just Premiere Pro. In FCP, you can scrub in the audio Viewer with the Shift key down to help with precise tasks.

In Premiere you can choose Show Audio Time Units from the wing menu of the Audio Mixer, Program Monitor, Source Monitor, or Timeline panel.

Update: You can scrub audio in AE, but you don't have the fine control as in Premiere or other NLEs. Nick Campbell explained aspects of The Correct Way To Use Audio in After Effects:

2 comments:

ThinMan said...

So this is only possible in Premiere, not After Effects?!

Rich said...

You can scrub audio in AE, but you don't have the fine control as in Premiere:

http://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/previewing.html#manually_preview_scrub_video_and_audio