- In the Timeline or Composition panel, select the layer. Choose Layer Time Time Stretch. Type a new duration for the layer, or type a Stretch Factor. To specify the point in time from which the layer will be time–stretched, click one of the Hold In Place options, and then click OK.
- 1 How do I enable monitoring in Adobe Audition?
- 2 How do I stretch video time in Premiere?
- 3 How do I fix latency in Adobe Audition?
- 4 How do I change the buffer size in Adobe Audition?
- 5 What buffer size should I use in audition?
- 6 How do I extend audio in Adobe Audition?
- 7 How do I turn on time remapping?
- 8 How do I turn on time remapping in Premiere Pro?
- 9 How do I turn off time remapping in Premiere?
How do I enable monitoring in Adobe Audition?
To set the monitoring type choose Options > Monitoring and select one of the following:
- Adobe Audition Mix > Smart Input: Monitors the input only when you record a track.
- Adobe Audition Mix > Always Input: Monitors the input at all times during playback and recording.
How do I stretch video time in Premiere?
Choose Clip > Time Stretch. Alternatively, click the Tools panel on the Action bar and choose Time Stretch. In the Time Stretch dialog box, type a percentage for Speed. A value less the 100% slows down the clip; a value greater than 100% increases its speed.
How do I fix latency in Adobe Audition?
To change the MME Latency settings on Windows, do the following:
- Choose Edit > Preferences > Audio Hardware.
- Select the MME from the Device Class pop-up menu.
- Choose the appropriate latency from the Latency pop-up menu.
How do I change the buffer size in Adobe Audition?
To change the buffer size on Mac OS, do the following:
- Choose Audition > Preferences > Audio Hardware.
- Select the appropriate buffer size from the I/O Buffer Size pop-up menu.
What buffer size should I use in audition?
Audition easily adjusts the timing of all tracks and video to remain in sync. Generally a setting of 512 is enough for most applications for playback only sessions. Run the buffer setting down to 128 or less for recording.
How do I extend audio in Adobe Audition?
If you have installed Adobe Audition, you can use the Edit In Adobe Audition command to edit an audio clip in Audition and then use the Remix tool to creatively stretch the audio to match your video duration. Select the audio track of your Premiere Pro project and choose Edit > Edit in Adobe Audition > Sequence.
How do I turn on time remapping?
Choose Layer > Time > Enable Time Remapping. This command adds two Time Remap keyframes by default, one at the beginning of the layer and one at the end. Move the current-time indicator to where you want the movie to begin. Click the Time Remap property name to select the start and end keyframes.
How do I turn on time remapping in Premiere Pro?
Use Time Remapping
- Right-click on the clip, and select Show Clip Keyframes > Time Remapping > Speed. The clip is shaded blue.
- Drag the rubber band upward or downward to increase or decrease the speed of the clip. A tool tip appears showing the change in speed as a percentage of the original speed.
How do I turn off time remapping in Premiere?
If you change your mind, you can remove the time remap by selecting one handle and deleting it (press delete). Then select the original point of remapping and delete that. You may need to adjust the speed of the clip now by changing to arrow tool (press v). Then adjust speed by grabbing the line and adjusting to 100%.