Automatically Remove Silence in Premiere Pro

by Paul Murphy, The Premiere Pro

I often use this method when I need to edit audio fast. It breaks a single clip with silent pauses into smaller clips which are easier to move around on the timeline. You can also use this method to speed up your dialogue.

Although all the edits are done in Premiere’s timeline, we’ll first need to scan and mark our audio in Adobe’s audio editing software, Adobe Audition. For those of you who would like more tutorials about Adobe Audition, I have a whole course on it over at LinkedIn Learning: https://bit.ly/PrProContact

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