PROATHLETE Ep.1 Everybody Eats | Mark Ingram


Edited by: Ted Snow

Color Labels in Premiere Pro

"For me, color coding footage is essential to making the cutting process as streamlined as possible, also when I sit down with my producers in the bay, having a color coded timeline makes it easier for them to see which shots are broll/talent/gfx etc."

"This episode was shot in a live kitchen that had a lot of things actively being fried. In order to bring out the vocal tracks and reduce the sound of deep fryers, I used Audition to take noise prints of each track and eliminate/compress unwanted noises."

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