How to Synchronize Video and Audio in Premiere?

Video and audio synchronization is especially important for studio recorders. Because you need to do a better job by synchronizing the video you get from your video camera with the sound you get from another external microphone. In this tutorial, I will explain how to synchronize video and audio from two different sources.

To synchronize video and audio in Adobe Premiere and match the external audio with the image, you first need to put both sounds on scene. Because the goal here is to make the two sounds overlap with each other. After synchronizing, you delete the audio from the video recording and combine the microphone recording with the video to set the new audio.

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