Time and again, we've warned readers about the importance of audio in video. Audiences will tolerate -- some may even expect -- imperfections in a video's visuals, but they absolutely will not stand for poor quality audio. Tinny or muffled sound instantly breaks our suspension of disbelief; it can make it difficult to follow the storyline or really connect with the characters.
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Hey all, I just had a quick question about editing some nasty room tone audio for a wedding I'm editing. Basically, my camera guy was doing a wedding and turned down the audio real low on the wireless lapel mic that he put on the groom and now when I boost the audio to an appropriate level the 'I do's' sound like the bride and groom are at the ocean rather than in a church. Does anyone have any suggestions? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks