With Premiere Pro, you can use audio inputs, audio outputs and a microphone input. You can record from a source that has an analog audio input. The microphone input allows you to record from a microphone connected to the computer. You can also connect your DVD player or audio CD player to the video and use it to record your audio, even while you’re viewing the video. There are two different audio options in Premiere Pro:
Your choice determines which audio devices are available for recording. Choose Audio Device, and then choose your audio hardware option. Your premiere pro sounds choice determines which audio input and output devices are available for capturing audio. Choose Audio Device, and then choose your audio hardware option.
The F-Curve enables you to adjust the brightness, contrast and saturation of a specific channel. You can adjust each channel individually.
Select the Channel Monitor palette from the View menu. A window appears showing the current levels of the selected channel. In this example, the Levels are set to 100%, and the F-Curve controls are turned off. To activate the F-Curve, click the F-curve button (circled).