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Auto-Align Post in Adobe Premiere

Learn how to align multiple microphones in Adobe Premiere Pro with Auto-Align Post.

Auto-Align Post

How to use Auto-Align® Post in Adobe Premiere Pro


Learn how to align multiple microphones in Adobe Premiere Pro with Auto-Align Post.
Get familiar with the easy-to-use extension interface and how to create award-winning dialogue.

Enabling dynamic time-alignment correction of moving location microphones, Auto-Align® Post makes it possible to effectively mix the boom and lav microphones by eliminating comb-filtering and phase artifacts caused by the time-of-arrival differences, with just a few clicks



1. Select the audio clips you would like to align.


Auto-Align Post 2 - select tracks



2. Go to the Window menu extensions and select Auto-Align Post.


Auto-Align Post 2.1 - Adobe Premiere extension



3. In the reference track selector choose the reference track. Usually, that would be the boom mic.


Auto-Align Post 2.1 - select reference track



4. Click render.


Auto-Align Post 2.1 - click render



To align a bit of extra audio outside of the clip’s range increase the length of the handles. We recommend making a copy of your sequence before alignment, just in case the unprocessed clips are needed.


Happy Alignment!

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