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MediaStorm Guide to Audio Configuration in Premiere Pro CC

This article is part of a series of posts with tips and tricks from our producers’ experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro after years of working in Final Cut Pro. To read more about why we made the switch, check out this post.

This screencast illustrates the basics of configuring your audio setting in Premiere Pro CC.

Topics covered include:

• How to set up your audio preferences for better importing.

• The difference between single and dual track stereo files.

• How to change a dual track stereo file to a single track stereo file.

• How to mirror your strongest audio signal on both left and right channels.

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  • Pat Shannahan

    For me, the differences in how the program handles audio tracks threw me for a loop. Thanks for these tips. They are making the transition from Final Cut to Premiere a lot easier.

  • CY

    This was amazing, I noticed a huge improvement in the sound quality. However, it’s not clear to me if I do this process before I import to pluraleyes? If so, do I first do my ‘audio editing in Premiere Pro, and then export just the sound to import into Pluralize? Help!

    • http://mediastorm.com/ MediaStorm

      You should sync in plural eyes first.

      Then, configure your audio in Premiere Pro.

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