i captured about an hour of footage and my audio came out really low i know i had everyhting turned up cause i could hear it out my speakers i ripped the audio into a wav file went in vegas tried to boost it but i couldnt get anything to go for me i also tried xvid4psp and it ended up just blowing it out it made it to where i could hear it but there was like some loud high pitch noise or something if anyone can help me with a program or something in vegas so i can just get audio louder
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Many audio noise reduction filters will let you specify a sample of the noise you want to reduce. Find an otherwise quiet portion of the audio, take the sample, then apply the noise reduction filter to the rest of the audio. Audacity's noise reduction filter works this way. This can work pretty well with narrow band noise (like a test tone) but not so well with wide band noise (like tape hiss). But even with wide band noise you can get 10 or 15 dB of reduction without too badly damaging the remaining audio.
You might have to go to a real audio editor like ProTools or Ableton that lets you set a soft gate or three, whilst boosting the good frequencies with a multiband compressor.
The cheap, easy, free, tools don't have the deep reach you need. You have to get in there at the atomic level where the particles are spinning wildly.
You'll have to requantize to a very fine hairs bitsize.
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Last edited by budwzr; 4th Sep 2013 at 01:49.