N/APosted on - 04/20/2015
I would like to know more about the audio usage in Premiere CS6. What are the audio formats that can be used in this software? What do you mean of dB? What about the audio meter panel? What are the new features of audio meter? How many audio tracks available in timeline of this software? What does DSLR means in CS6? What is the purpose of including this function in this software? What are merged clips? Can we connect different clips and combined it with different audio files?
Please help me with this.
Audio improvements in Adobe Premiere CS6 and categorized
Audio formats supported in Premiere CS6 are AAC, AC3, AIFF, ASND, BWF, M4A, MP3, MPEG, MOV, MXF, WMA and WAV
dB means “Decibel” in audio technology. It provides the intensity or the strength of the audio pressure. Usually used and associated in speakers.
The improvements in Audio Meters Panel provides multi-modes of visual metering the audio, added audio track functionality, DLSR workflow, and advanced audio channel functions. Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) is a digital camera that infuses single-lens camera with digital imaging sensor. What you see in reality, you’ll get it in this type of camera. Merged clips are pre-combined clips in your project. It has been extended and offered in all of Premiere’s versions. These are separated clips combined into one project.