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Placing Audio into a Video

Lesson 31 from: Voice-Over for Real People: Complete Freelancing Guide

Keith Harris

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31. Placing Audio into a Video

Lessons

Class Trailer

Welcome to the world of Voice Over

1

Introduction

02:13

What Is Voice Over?

2

Myth Busting

03:17
3

Where is all the money?

02:54
4

Quiz: What Is Voice Over

The Voice Over Performance

5

A Conversation With One Person

03:34

Lesson Info

Placing Audio into a Video

when building your voice over business, it's always good to find services we can offer that make us a one stop shop. Often we are working with the end client meaning we are working with the person who wants the voiceover rarely will we be working with someone in the middle like a production house. But even when working with a production house, you want to offer services that make their life easy so that you become the go to person at the top of their list. Let's go back to the first lesson and place this audio into our video. Could we place it with the music? Yes, we could. But it's better to place the voice over into the video without the music first. I'll show you why Sometimes you'll get a video with short time requirements, say 30 seconds. In this case, it's fairly simple to create the voiceover with music and simply put the entire audio file into the video for the client more often, however, the voiceover will need to be chopped up for proper placement and this is easier done in t...

he video program. So obviously if we chop up the audio file in the video program, we would also be chopping up the music. So that's why I add them into videos separately. So we have this really great video from Fiverr and I've already loaded it into I movie and as you can see below in the green, I've also already added the audio clip that we made in an earlier lesson. Now, the reason I added in this way is so that I can chop it up and as you can see I've cheated ahead of time here, I've chopped it up a little. Doing so is very simple, you simply click here, go to split clip and then you can drag your clips wherever they need to go, allowing you to get the timing just right, let's see how I've done so far. We are five er, a marketplace of incredible freelance talent like these people and this guy, this guy helps hundreds of people solve their graphic design needs. But this guy is not just a graphic designer, he's a photographer and an analog film shooter. In fact, he's thinking of getting into photo editing, you're doing great buddy, but you could be doing better meet, learn from Fiverr a platform of on demand courses specifically created to meet your professional needs featuring professional instructors, industry experts and Doers and just like fiber learn is simple to use, select of course, watch and learn practice with exercises and quizzes and prove your knowledge with a test, then receive this cool badge and what's even cooler, you can immediately transform your new skills into money and improve your marketplace ranking because with learn from fiber, once you learn more, you can earn more. Now, as I said, of course I already cheated a little but what I want you to see is how easy it is to drag these clips around and put them into the right spot because once we have them in the right spot endures and just like Fiverr make sure I had it, put it back in the right place. Now you notice that leaves a lot of empty spaces and it seems a little low on energy, doesn't it? Well, let's go to our music track from earlier and let's add that in and see if it fills in the gaps a little bit for us. You simply grab and click and drag and then you have your whole clip in there. We are fiber a marketplace of incredible freelance talent like these people. And this guy, this guy helps hundreds of people solve their graphic design needs. But this guy is not just a graphic designer. He's a photographer and an analog mm hmm. In fact, he's thinking of, you may find that once you drag your music track in, just like we did when we mix the music earlier, you may need to turn the volume down a little bit and you do this by clicking on that line and pulling it down. Now we've got the music softer than the voiceover. Let's see what the final product looks like. We are fiber, a marketplace of incredible freelance talent like these people. And this guy, this guy helps hundreds of people solve their graphic design needs. But this guy is not just a graphic designer. He's a photographer and an analog film shooter. In fact, he's thinking of getting into photo editing, you're doing great buddy. But you could be doing better meet, learn from fiber a platform of on demand courses specifically created to meet your professional needs featuring professional instructors, industry experts and Doers. And just like fiber learn is simple to use, select a course, watch and learn practice with exercises and quizzes and prove your knowledge with a test, then receive this cool badge and what's even cooler. You can immediately transform your new skills into money and improve your marketplace ranking because with learn from fiber, once you learn more you can earn more and then all you do send it over to your theater and it's all set for the client making you a one stop shop. Often voiceover is the very last item added to a project offering music and video placement keeps your client from having to juggle multiple vendors and likely delaying the project even further. If they are already behind adding audio to the video can be done in a few short simple steps, record and edit your audio, place the audio into the video, chop it up and move around your audio for timing, save and deliver to the client in the next lesson, we'll discuss a few other simple services that will make you a one stop shop for your clients

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Video Template (mp4 video)

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