My Favorite New Feature: Multi-Clip Sync in Premiere Pro CC

The latest version of Premiere Pro CC is seriously awesome. There are tons of new features and performance improvements… everything from cloud synchronization of settings across computers, to the new Mercury playback engine, to asset browsing, editing improvements, closed captioning, and more. However, I think my absolute favorite feature in Premiere Pro CC is the ability to synchronize multiple video clips based on their audio tracks.

You can simply select the clips that you want to have synchronized, right-click, select “Synchronize”, then select the “Audio” option.


This feature will temporally align the video clips by analyzing their audio tracks. You no longer have to compare waveforms manually to try and align everything to the precise frame. For me, this has been a tremendous time saver. Check it out, in action, in the video below!

This is one of the many features and product updates that were launched in Adobe Creative Cloud today. If you aren’t a member, you’re missing out on all of the latest and greatest features. Head on over to┬áto become a Creative Cloud member and get started today!

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