What is your best practice way to complete your VoiceOver recording scripts?
I always do a mouth click (with my tongue) when an edit is required. It creates a nice spike in your audio.
You could try clapping too but I save that for syncing video to audio.
Otherwise hitting the good old M key in Adobe Audition will place a marker while you’re recording.
On the topic of punch and roll, a fellow extension developer is currently working on a punch and roll extension for Adobe Audition, it’s not ready for release yet, but he made a video about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvZAx1GZH1w
For long-form I do punch and roll.
For short stuff (under say 2 mins) I snap my fingers.
I can’t wait until P+R comes out for AA though - I’ll probably P+R all the way. (I use OcenAudio for it at the moment, but edit on AA)
Yeah - looking forward to this a lot!
Thanks, the mouth click sounds very useful. And the thing is that some people doesn’t like the P&R because they thing it takes longer time to do the job, and with the Snap, Click, it’s more dinamic and quick. Thanks for the advice @Mike, @MarkThomasVO, and I hope to get that extension as soon as possible @OleHenrik.
I think in the general scheme of things, both ways are just as long as each other. I prefer P+R as when I finish I know I have a copy that just needs the basic’s done to it, without having to go through and chop bits out and make sure if fits right.
Horses for courses though!
Forgot about this, the Punch and Roll extension has been released by Travis now! Check it out here: https://exchange.adobe.com/addons/products/19853
Yeah, I’m not finding it very friendly. I don’t like that you have to do it in Multi-track for a start.
I’ll test it more though.
Thank you @OleHenrik.