on Nov 20, 2015 at 4:56:22 pm Last Edited By Marc Nibor on Nov 20, 2015 at 8:57:08 pm
I am going to receive several wav files and need to place them at the correct position in a project.
The guy who prepares the audio is a avid user.
He said the .wav files will have a timestamp in the header which allows me to place them at exactly the right position automatically. He said the editing package -in this case Premiere- will be to read that header and place the wav at the correct position.
I honestly didn't know that wav format supports this and I couldn't find info about it for premiere.... (I actually found some bits about this in an Avid audio forum - maybe it's an "exclusive" feature?)
Can someone please tell me how to place the audio at the correct location with this header info in premiere... Thank you.