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  1. beat detection and generating markers
  2. basic editing
  3. slip tool tool
  4. ripple edit tool
  5. rolling edit tool

Description

In this tutorial you learn how BeatEdit for Premiere Pro can support you in manual editing tasks. BeatEdit automatically detects the beats in your music and represents them as markers in your Premiere Pro timeline. This makes it very easy to place your cuts exactly at the beats such that the cut feels smooth and fits nicely to the music.

Good cuts should not distract the viewer from the story, should feel naturally and be mostly unnoticed. Cutting in sync with the music helps a lot to achieve this goal.

Used Stock Footage & Music

Footage used in this tutorial by Artbeats:
http://www.artbeats.com/collections/315-Freefall!-HD

Music by Premiumbeat.com. License this music: http://bit.ly/1BJdLc3

duration: 
4:38
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