AMM 4M: Exercise #1
Creating A Final Video File For Your Movie Score.
In the end we want to
have a movie clip which contains your music synced up to the video file.
your movie score into a .wav file.
- Because the sound card is already syncing between Cubase and
Reason it will not also record your score as a .wav file.
- We will need to record your audio onto another recording
- Connect the "audio out" from the source computer
(with Reason and Cubase) to the "line in" of the recording
- On the recording computer open up Audacity.
- Set the recording source to "line in."
- pull down menu to the right of the microphone icon.
- Start record on Audacity and then play your movie score on
the other computer.
- Trim any empty space at the beginning of the file.
- Save the file as a .wav file.
the .wav file and video file into Adobe Premiere.
- Use one of the files from the "For Premiere" folder.
- These are compatible with Premiere.
- Open Premiere.
- Under "Load Settings" select "NTSC 640*480
- If "Load Settings" does not appear go to
File/ New Project.
- Click "Custom" and use the pull down menu to
select "Video" settings.
- turn off the "4:3 aspect" check mark and
set the frame size to:
- 638 * 274 for Gladiator.
- 583 * 261 for Blade Runner.
- 640 * 270 for Return Of The King.
- this will keep Premiere from "stretching"
the video clips.
- Use the "compressor" pull down menu and set
the compression to "Sorenson Video 3."
- File/ Import the .mov file and the .wav file.
- These two files should appear in the Bin.
- Drag the .mov file to a video track on the timeline, and
the .wav file to an audio track on the timeline.
- Make sure the audio and video tracks are in sync.
- You can drag either, or both with the cursor
- If there is an existing audio track with the .mov
file mute it by turning off the speaker icon beside
that audio track.
the finished movie clip as an quicktime file.
- File/ Export Timeline/ Movie