Screenflow 10 To Adobe Audition Audio Workflow

Description:
This tutorial will give you a behind the scenes look at my audio workflow in Screenflow 10 where I export audio only from Screenflow 10 and use Match Loudness in Adobe Audition CC 2023 and then import the audio back into Screenflow 10.

Summary of Workflow:
Edit video in Screenflow 10
Export audio only from Screenflow 10 as Lossless (.AIFF)
Open audio file in Adobe Audition CC 2023
Open ‘Match Loudness’ Panel
Change Settings to -16LUF
Run ‘Match Loudness’
Export audio from Audition as .AIFF file
Drag audio file from Audition into Screenflow
Add to Timeline
Select original audio & mute
Export video + audio in Screenflow

Keyboard Shortcut:
Cmd + E: Export (Screenflow)
N: Track Selection Tool (Screenflow)

Match Loudness Settings:
Match To: ITU-R BS.1770-3 Loudness
Target Loudness: -16 LUFS (Stereo) or -19 LUFS (Mono)
Max True Peak Level: -1.5 dBTP
Look-Ahead Time: 12 ms
Release Time: 200 ms

Chapters:
00:00  Intro: About this tutorial
00:19  Screenflow: Export Audio Only
00:50  Audition: Import Audio File
01:09  Audition: Match Loudness Panel
01:22  Audition: Match Loudness Settings
02:00  Audition: Run Match Loudness
02:25  Audition: Export Audio File (.AIFF)
02:54  Screenflow: Import Audio File from Audition
03:14  Screenflow: Mute Orignal Audio

Software Used:
Screenflow 10 (Click To Try or Buy)

(Screenflow 10) How To Export Audio Only:

  1. Go to File Menu
  2. Click on Export
  3. Click on Manual
  4. Click on the Preset Drop-down menu
  5. Select ‘Lossless-Audio only’ for an uncompressed AIFF file
  6. Click OK
  7. Name File
  8. Choose Destination
  9. Click ‘Export’


(Adobe Audition) How To Use Match Loudness Panel:

  1. Open Adobe Audition
  2. Drag audio file exported from Screenflow into the Waveform Editor
  3. Go to Window…Match Loudness to open Match Loudness Panel
  4. Drag audio file from Project Bin on top of the Match Loudness Panel
  5. Click ‘Match Loudness Settings’
  6. Change Match To: ITU-R BS.1770-3 Loudness
  7. Set Target Loudness: -16 LUFS (Stereo) or -19 LUFS (Mono)
  8. Set Max True Peak Level: -1.5 dBTP
  9. Set Look-Ahead Time: 12 ms
  10. Set Release Time: 200 ms
  11. Click ‘Run’


(Adobe Audition) How To Export Audio from Adobe Audition:

  1. Go to File….Export
  2. Enter File Name
  3. Select Location
  4. Format: AIFF
  5. Sample Type: Default’[
  6. Format Settings: Default
  7. Click ‘OK’


(Screenflow 10) Open Audio File & Mute Orignal

  1. Open Screenflow Project
  2. Drag audio file from Audition on to the Timeline
  3. Make sure to align audio clip at the beginning so it syncs with video
  4. Select all original audio clips (Track Select..N)
  5. Go to Inspector Panel
  6. Click on Audio Tab
  7. Check the box for ‘Mute’
  8. Export Screenflow Project

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