How to SPEED UP Video with No Audio DISTORTION in Premiere Pro

How to SPEED UP Video with No Audio DISTORTION in Premiere Pro

LEARN TO ADJUST THE PITCH OF YOUR AUDIO AS YOU CHANGE SPEED TO GET GOOD RESULTS! | We will cover using Effects in Premiere Pro including the Speed/Duration tool and various pitch shifters to create a really cool effect that will allow you to fit more into your videos!

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we will take a look at the different types of Pitch Shifters you have access to in Premiere Pro from the automatic pitch shifting when you speed up or slow down video, to the more advanced pitch shifters in the Effects panel and we’ll cover some of the best ways to adjust the audio to make a funny looking video sound much better and more natural.

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Site Exclusive Tutorial Recording Notes:

Disclaimer: these are the actual notes I used to record this video and are written in a language you may or may not understand. Hopefully, you find them useful or cool.

  1. Create a sequence from the clip of me talking
  2. Use Speed/Duration to speed up the clip 150%
  3. Check out the obsolete Pitch Shifter or the AUPitch effects as they tend to both work the best and not completely knock your video out of sync with its audio. NOTE: if you experience problems with audio/video sync, try a different pitch shifter. Annoying, I know, but there seems to be a mystery surrounding why this pitch shifter knocks your audio completely out of sync.
  4. Double note: some people documenting this issue seem to think it may have to do with the way Premiere is interpreting your audio, some think it’s a rendering issue, some say there is no issue at all, but I can’t seem to find solid info on the obvious problem and how to fix it. My fix is to just use other Pitch Shifters in Premiere.
  5. Play with the settings in the obsolete Pitch Shifter or AUPitch and tweak until you get a good sound. NOTE: in Obsolete pitch shifter, check the box OFF
  6. Use Speed/Duration to reduce clip speed to 66%
  7. Add Pitch Shifter and look around the 7-55 range for proper pitch. Choose the default settings and High Precision.
  8. Save the settings for either of these effects as a preset for quick use later.

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