Software to EQ Audio??

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    • #41687
      AvatarAnonymous
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      HI,

      My wife shot some video on a JVC camcorder. The file has a lot of background noise, which I want to remove. I have Pro Tools, for music recording/editing, which I have used to do such work, by using the EQ and noisegates.

      Does anyone know of any video software that I can get to edit the audio from the video file? (MPEG) Or is there software I can use to remove the audio from the file, clean it up in Pro Tools and then synch back up to the video?

      Thanks for your help.

    • #176446
      Avatarbirdcat
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      Any Non-linear editor (NLE) will allow you to seperate audio from the video and replace it with a “cleaned” version.

      I use Sony Vegas Pro and it has some very nice audio tools built in (no need to process externally for most things – In fact, all audio tracks get EQ, Compression and Noise Gate filters by default) – It also integrates very well with Sound Forge for more advanced options.

      That said, I still think the best audio tool I have seen is Adobe Audition (not Soundbooth). It has some very powerful tools (like visual auidio editing) but seems to be very advanced (read tough to learn).

    • #176447
      AvatarAnonymous
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      take a look at soundforge or izotope

    • #176448
      AvatarXTR-91
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      Audacity is great entry-level freepro software that has a Noise Removal tool.

      http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/

      If you are trying to record location sound and avoid background noise, you may want to look into getting an external microphone. This won’t be too hard (other than finding a good mic) if your camcorder has a mic input. Otherwise, try and use Audacity’s tool – it’s actually a great tool for filtering sound from unwanted noise.

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