Normalization and Compression in Adobe CS5.5

Streaming viewers will tolerate some video degradation but expect audio to be near perfect. There are two techniques you can use to make sure that your audio loud, clear and robust. Normalization increases volume as much as possible without introducing distortion into the file, while compression makes the signal as robust as possible. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to apply normalization in Adobe Audition and Adobe Premiere Pro, and how to apply compression in Adobe Audition.

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Said this on 03/22/2012 At 06:46 am

Thanks you for the information. I have the Learn by Video for Premiere set which was a big help in getting started with the software.

Said this on 03/22/2012 At 07:20 am
Thanks, glad you found it useful. Thanks for taking the time to write.


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