This weeks screenflow 5 tutorial I will be showing you how to detach audio from your video within screenflow. A quick and easy video tip this week.
If you want to know how to detach audio within screenflow then watch this 5 MINUTE step by step video tutorial.
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Hey everyone In this screen flow 5 tutorial tip I’ll be showing you how to detach audio from your video footage right within screen flow. stay tuned…
Your asking yourself why should i need to detach audio from my video, good question, well, ill give you an example of why i do it.
I record live video form my iPhone and the audio quality is not that good that’s why i use an external audio source using my H1 zoom digital audio recorder and my lavaliere mic.
The reason for this is i will import the two audio sources into my editor i will then detach the audio from my iPhone footage and sync it up with the audio taken from my external mic.
That way I know the video and the audio is synced with each other, once Ive done that, i then delete the iPhone audio and Liam left with the external recording which I’ve put through a programme called adobe audition and tweaked the sound.
So thart is one reason i detach audio from video and ill show you how to do that right now.
Make sure you have some footage on your timeline if you don’t know how to do that you can find a link to the video adding footage to the timeline in the descrption below this video.
All you need to do then is highlight the footage and right click until the menu bar comes up, scroll down to where it says detach, click on it, and you will now see that the audio is detached from the video footage.
so to recap, Ive told you one of the reasons why i use the detach audio and then shown you how to use it.
I hope this tutorial has been helpful, as always we would love if you could hit us with a comment or question and even send us a tutorial request.
until next time.. I’m dean haycox and this has been another screenflow tutorial tip from you can find more tips & tricks like this over at www.screncastmagazine.com