I've been lurking for a bit, but this is my First time posting here -
I make some real simple videos which I put on youtube, facebook, etc..., and up until this point, Windows Live Movie Maker has worked just fine for me
I wanted to improve my audio, so I upgraded my camera, and went to a wireless mic.
After shooting a few hours of video, I realized my camera's mic input (Canon T2 Rebel 550D) has a hiss. I have to send the camera for warranty repair, but in the mean time, I need to clean the hiss to use the footage already shot.
The hiss is veryconsistentin volume and frequency, and if I was doing this 20 years ago, I'd just use a parametric eq to remove it with no problem.
I was thinking about upgrading toPremierElements 10. My thought was I could clean the hiss with Elements, and pick up some additional capabilities for editing and titling at the same time
I'm basically looking for opinions: Will Elements work for me? Or is there a better option?
Thanks in advance