[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “An Audio Workflow Between Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Audition CC” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]
This week, we take a look at audio mixing for FCP X projects. The short answer is that, while FCP X excels at audio editing, it isn’t that great for audio mixing.
Watch as Larry Jordan shows how to export the audio files for a dramatic scene from FCP X using XML, convert the XML file using XtoCC, edit and mix the audio in Adobe Audition, then bring the final mix back into FCP X for output.
NOTE: This session focuses on workflow, not creating the actual audio mix.
This session illustrates how to:
It sounds like a lot of steps, but the results are worth it. Larry uses this workflow every week to create the finished audio for all his weekly webinars.
In this short video excerpt, Larry illustrates how to get audio files out of FCP X and into Audition using XML.
How to Export an XML File From Final Cut Pro X into Adobe Audition CC
TRT: 4:58 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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