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    Is there a auto way that can find out the specific noise like those in the image attached, and eliminate them automatically ?

    Thank you!
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  • #2
    There are audio noise filters that learn what noise sounds like by playing a short bit of the noise for them. But depending on what you are trying to eliminate, you may not need an addon program — I would see if the noise can be reduced or eliminated using a highpass or lowpass filter, it all depends on what the noise is.

    Edius doesn’t have a built-in audio noise filter (though at one point it came with SoundSoap, which was simple and effective). If you don’t get anywhere using the highpass and lowpass filer, I would look at WaveArts Master Restoration Suite.

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    • #3
      If the noise is a specific frequency, you will be able to remove it very easily, but you need something with spectrum analysis and healing tools such as Adobe Audition or Spectral Layers from Sony - if not many noise reduction tools can learn the noise and remove it, as already stated.

      Paul :-)
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Hanktw View Post
        Is there a auto way that can find out the specific noise like those in the image attached, and eliminate them automatically ?

        Thank you!
        use the V-mute tool button, place playhead at start of spike and click the button, done (you must add the button to the timeline toolbar)
        https://www.videoproductions.com.au/edius90/v-mute.mp4

        it is not automatic but way faster than manually creating nodes
        Anton Strauss
        Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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        • #5
          Torsten - Anton's suggestion is - as always - works beautifully and is a time-saver. However, I'd like to add a suggestion. Dipping a track also leaves a void at the point of dipping. When it really matters (and you can hear the dip, even if the noise is gone) - I always FILL the dip (on another Audio track) with a small piece of track (during "silence") from which the dip has been installed. This will "cover" the sudden "0" modulation (silence) of the main track.

          Just a suggestion!
          Best,
          Alan
          Alan J. Levi
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          • #6
            This is fine if the "noise" isn't all over the dialogue you want to use.

            Paul :-)
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            • #7
              "Audacity" is a very capable free application. I highly recommend it for all sorts of audio clean-up and adjustment.
              Regards
              Douglas
              Creator of Video Tutorials for mere mortals at https://www.gaijin-eyes.com

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