Covering Up Video Edits Using Room Tone and Fades - Behind the Edit

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Create video edits that the viewer won't notice by using environmental audio and b-roll. Subscribe to catch more of this new series about editing audio and video In this new series, Behind the Edit, I'm sharing tips, tricks and techniques that I use when editing audio and video. The first video takes a look at how I covered up a video edit by taking a piece of audio from a section where I was not speaking and placing it in the gap created by the edit. This is known as room tone because it's the audio that's in the room while nobody is talking. This prevents a gap in the audio that would be noticeable if missing. I also used a fade on the end of my sentence in order to make it sound more natural instead of what it actually was, a cut in the sentence. Using both these techniques keeps the viewer from noticing the edits you made and remain focused on the story you're telling. 🎉 Join The Podcasters' Studio [free]: ► SUBSCRIBE ► INSTAGRAM: ► TWITTER: ► FACEBOOK: ► Support this channel on PATREON: 🎥 🖥 GEAR USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO 🎤 🤘 (affiliate links) ► Sony a6500: ► Sennheiser ew100 G2 Wireless Lapel Microphone ► Rode VideoMic Pro: ► Transcend 65GB SDXC card for 4K ► Adone Premiere Pro ► Tokina 11-16mm Canon mount, APS-C *all links should be considered affiliate links. Using these links helps support this content. I always encourage you to shop around for the best prices at the time you are viewing this. You can read my ethics statement via Thanks for the support! #sony #a6500 #Tokina #lens #mirrorless #PremierePro

Published by: Ray Ortega
Published at: ۳ years ago
Category: علمی و تکنولوژی