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Tutorial:Fine-tune your project with a 6-point edit

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When fine-tuning a scene, it is often necessary to separate, remove, or resynchronize the audio and video portions. Adobe® Premiere® Pro provides many different ways to design your projects.

In this exercise, you’ll perform four separate tasks. First, you’ll unlink an audio clip from a video clip. Then you’ll do a 6-point edit to change a portion of the audio. Next, you’ll resynchronize the video and audio clips. To wrap things up, you’ll use the Ripple Delete command to close the gap created by swapping out the audio.


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