I am assisting in the editing of hundreds of voice over files, and I found these 3 shortcuts are the absolute fastest way to get them done. —Basic Filmmaker
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In this video we explore how to capture sound directly inside of Premiere Pro. Often the process is done by recording to an external audio device, then uploading the files, importing them to premiere, trimming them down, and then placing them onto your timeline. However, this can all be done in one step using Premiere Pro's interface. —Motion Array
In this Premiumbeat tutorial, Jason Boone helps you lay down that voiceover directly in the timeline in Premiere Pro. He explains each of the record settings and how to setup the file path for your recording. After reading this post, all you'll need is some lemon water for your next Premiere Pro VO recording sesh.
In this exclusive PremiumBeat tutorial, you’ll learn how to record a voice-over directly to your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog
In this high-quality video tutorial, Kevin Anson, founder and frontman of The Video Course, teaches how to improve dialogue in Premiere Pro with a few simple techniques. He adds "steroids" to his dialogue tracks using the presets in Premiere Pro's Multiband Compressor. Kevin also quickly walks through his own audio setup for recording his voiceover, and offers several tips for recording better quality sound.
In this lesson/ tutorial, we'll be covering how to compress your audio in Premiere Pro. I'll show you how to add a Multiband Compressor and a Dynamics filter to enhance your dialogue, compress your narration, and basically improve your audio in Premiere Pro. —Kevin Anson, The Video Course