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Applying Audiosuite PlugIns to Master Clips 

  • AudioSuite plug-ins can go on master clips as well as on segments

 

  • This example - Time Shift plug-in on a master clip. The Time Shift plug-in can be a lifesaver when your voiceover talent is a slow or fast talker or if you want a deeper tone.


How to use Time Shift Plug In example – Extend Narration segment 
Play the sequence till you get to the segment you want to change

The Narration clips shown here sound rushed.

The goal is to slow down the narration so that the narration fits the in and out points shown here.

 

 

Go to >Tools>AudioSuite

 

 

Open the bin that hosts the clip you want to change in our example its VO 0531


drag the VO 0 5 31 clip onto the
AudioSuite window.

 

 

  • VO 0531 is what we want to use
  • Drag the clip to the AudioSuite Window

 

Choose Time Shift Plug In from the drop down and then click on the purple plug in icon to open up the AudioSuite plug in dialog.

 

Choose Monophonic mode as most Narration is mono.

 

To change the clip's length, rotate the SPEED knob until speed is at around
87%,

 

Note the duration of the clip in timeline looking at the center duration






Look at the duration of the clip before and after processing












Look at the area marked in the timeline showing the new in and outpoints of the processed clip

 

REMEMBER ALT/OPTION Click on the knob will reset the setting to default

 

Preview and Bypass to hear the changes

 

While previewing change the pitch to 85%

Hit preview to stop

 

Click OK to apply the plug in

 



Click on the "Render" Icon to render the clip

Make sure the clip is rendering to the correct Storage Drive


Also choose what Bin the clip will be saved to

 




The Audio will be rendered to the bin chosen

 

Click the Load Result check box to load the timeshifted clip into source monitor

 

Edit into timeline

Check the durations there should be 5:08 and 5:07