Simple Minds - Vision Thing (Official Audio)
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Simple Minds - Vision Thing (Official Audio)
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If there is one thing I\u2019m grateful for professionally, it is that podcasting, audiobooks, streaming, and digital audio have gone mainstream enough that I don\u2019t need to explain them to Aunt Cathy while eating something that used to be a sweet potato, but now seems to be a gooey marshmallow delivery mechanism.
Over time I\u2019ve come to accept that listening isn\u2019t something I do for \u201Cfun.\u201D Making audio is something I do as a vocation, but whenever I\u2019m listening, it isn\u2019t something I generally do for pleasure or to unwind, exactly. I\u2019m not only giving unrequested notes\u2013but I\u2019m analyzing, decoding, deconstructing, and curiously taking it all apart.
The third thing, which is the most important, is have a vision. There's nothing more important than having a vision because I always tell people, "Your goal should be whatever's in your head to get onto the screen." It's possible.
Everything is really by default. The types, you want to have the video by time code. The audio is going to be audio samples. Capture is DV. You really don't have to worry about scratch disk and ingest settings right now.
Now I have this in my audio folder. I'm going to go into Premier. All you really have to do to get something here -- this is a really important shortcut -- is you just double-click in this window right here, where everything is right here, where it says audio. Just go to a blank space, and you double-click in there.
You're going to have clips from DOI, clips from Park Services, clips from Fish and Wildlife, whatever it is. So it's really important that you stay organized, because like I said, it's going to make your workflow so much quicker. This is where everything is saved right now for audio.
Now, this is the really cool thing. Everything above this line is all my video assets on the time-line. Everything below here is all my audio assets. I'm going to bring this down, actually, the main track. If I come into here, take my mouse, and I bring this down into the time-line, this drags everything.
Mathew: That looks much better. Now, let me show you why this, when you go to your source monitor, video and audio is so important. One of the things I thought about is you have to think about how you're going to get things into a video.
Mathew: OK, the last thing I want to show you, which is super-, super-important, is keyframes. This is a really hard concept to grasp, but I'm going to do my best to show you. You can do this with audio and you can do this with graphics.
Because to take your vision, what's in your head, and try to convince people that you're going to try to build something out of the vision in your head and try to communicate it to people is super difficult. That's why people need to see a storyboard. For some people, a storyboard is so important.
Rebecca: Then, we had some questions about the cough during the audio and what you would have done if the cough went over Director Jarvis's speaking. Is there a way you could edit that out or anything like that?
Mathew: You can. If he does it over it, there's nothing. You could try to fade. You can try to fade the audio, whatever. But that's why I said it's so important when you become a better videographer, you become a better editor. 041b061a72