Remove background noise consistently?
I've got a video with many audio cuts. I want to remove background noise for all of them. But when I select all the clips and apply the "remove background noise" filter, it doesn't remove the noise at the start of each clip. That leaves me with a video where the background noise appears for the first fraction of the clip and then goes away, making it come and go annoyingly frequently.
Is there a way to avoid this?
Using a MacMini, 5120x1440, Mac 12.0.1, SF 10.0.3
Lessig There are probably a few ways to do this. I use other software to remove background noise ... but I think my approach should work in your case. What I do (after editing) is I export the audio as a WAV file. (Then I run through my other software.) Once I'm done with the audio I then add it to the media drawer. Then I drag into the timeline and I activate that track and de-activate the track with the edited audio. Then if you run your "remove background noise" filter it should work just fine as it's working with one clip.
When you export it's crucial that you do so as lossless. (or uncompressed). Otherwise you'll experience some degradation in audio quality.
I'm sure there may be other ways to do this, but this is one that should work for you.
That leaves me with a video where the background noise appears for the first fraction of the clip and then goes away,
Can you provide an example so we can hear what's happening and work on improving it?
Are these imported clips (and what type) or capture audio? That might be signficant.