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BeatEdit for Premiere Pro

BeatEdit detects the beats in your music and generates beat markers in the Premiere Pro timeline. Create automatic edits in sync with the music or let BeatEdit assist your manual editing process.
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How to preview in After Effects with Audio?

If you are used to editing programs you might be irritated that the default live playback of After Effects does not play audio. To hear the audio you need to do a RAM preview.

For a RAM preview, you need to click the rightmost symbol in the Preview panel. Alternatively, hit the 0 key on your number pad.

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Does After Effects contain any Stock Music or Sound Effects?

While After Effects itself does not contain any stock music or sound effects, the Creative Suite or Creative Cloud has a big library of stock music and sound effects included.

In CS4, CS5 and CS5.5 the audio files are conventiently accessible from Adobe Soundbooth as shown in Andrew Davis' tutorial Free Music & Sound FX in Soundbooth.

In CS6 and newer versions...

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How to make things in After Effects react to the audio?

After Effects is very powerful when it comes to make animations that automatically react to the music or the sounds of your project. Here I give an overview over the most common workflows.

BeatEdit

BeatEdit is an extension for After Effects (and also Premiere Pro) which can auto-detect beats in a music track, wiggle to the beat, write markers, repeat keyframes, stagger layers, and more!

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Auto Lip-Sync

Animate a mouth automatically

With Auto Lip-Sync you can create a mouth that automatically animates according to your voice recording.

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Beat Assistant

Animate in sync with the music

If you treat music in your videos as first-class citizens, beat assistant is a tool for you. It automatically detects the beats per minute of your music and assists you in creating animations which are in sync with the music.

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Turning a Bathroom Wall into a Tetris Game - part 2

In this After Effects video tutorial, we turn the wall of a bathroom into a huge tetris game. We use mocha, Beat Assistant, KeyTweak and iExpressions.
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Getting started with Beat Assistant

If you want to do animations in After Effects that perfectly fit with your music, then this tutorial is for you. It covers all basic functions of our tool beat assistant. You learn how to automatically detect the bpm (beat per minute) of your music and generate markers according to the beat.

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