Awkward Pause

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Author: Alan Eddie

Quick Overview

Awkward Pause is a one click solution to detect silences in video/audio and erase them. Useful for Bloggers-Vloggers-Podcasters-Broadcasters-Tutorial Makers-Educators-Lifecasters-Crowd Funders-Content creators and more!
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Awkward Pause

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Awkward Pause is a one click solution to detect silences in video/audio and erase them.
Record your video, pause to think, go slow and be succinct. After the fact - process the clip with Awkward Pause  and make your clip flow eloquenly once the pauses are eliminated.

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QuickStart Guide:

Check out the detailed tutorial under the 'VIDEOS' tab above

Take your time recording your clip, Simply pause where you would like to edit out later. After the fact - process the clip with Awkward Pause  and make your presentation flow eloquently once the pauses are eliminated. In an increasingly long-winded world - hold the attention of your audience by condensing down the length of your video/audio clip.

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Example use: reduce length of your video by eliminating tiny pauses between words and sentences.

Example use: Don't do multiple takes, just pause and use this to detect pauses longer than a few seconds, and erase them.

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Bloggers-Vloggers-Podcasters-Broadcasters-Tutorial Makers-Educators-Lifecasters-Crowd Funders-Content creators and more!

This is a plugin/script for After Effects. However if you use Premiere, it's easy to use inter-operationally with After Effects - see video below.

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QuickStart Guide:

Detailed Tutorial:

Use Premiere Pro with After Effects:

After Effects CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3