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Brent TaylorShowing Waveform With Applied Effects?
by on Jun 3, 2015 at 10:04:12 pm

Short version:

Is there a way to get the waveform in Premiere to represent the waveform WITH the effects you've applied?

Long version:

I edit a lot of audio for videos in Premiere. Lots of people talking. Sometimes someone has a lot of volume spikes with their P's or other consonants, or just stray words that are too loud. I'll use a few techniques to even this out, but often just a compressor or limiter does the trick. I could work faster if the actual waveform showed up because I could get a better idea of how much things are being evened out at a glance.


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Richard HerdRe: Showing Waveform With Applied Effects?
by on Jun 4, 2015 at 10:14:35 pm

[Brent Taylor] "epresent the waveform WITH the effects you've applied?"

Not unless you render and reimport.

Also please note audition has some tools more suited to plosives and hisses and a very good way to deal with Automatic Gain that many dSLRs use.


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Brent TaylorRe: Showing Waveform With Applied Effects?
by on Jun 10, 2015 at 10:04:05 pm

I found the answer to this and thought I'd share for anyone who comes after.

Right click > Render and Replace does what I was looking for. You can also nest things first if effects need to be applied to a few bits of audio at once more easily.


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