Tutorial Synchronize Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

Synchronize Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

You don’t need to search through your audio clips to find matching waveform peaks to sync audio manually in your Premiere Pro timeline!

Simply select the two clips you are trying to sync, and right click on one of them. Choose “Synchronize” from the menu. Then, select “Audio” and press OK. Just like that, your clips will adjust and be synced.

This is useful in many situations. For example, you may have a two camera shoot. One camera recorded the master audio and the other just has the shotgun mic on for background audio. You can sync the clips, and that alignment makes it much more efficient to edit the video tracks.

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