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If you don't need the interview to be conveyed verbatim, you can have two characters discussing (or arguing about) points from the article. The people discussing the article could even be the hero and heroine, without having them read it aloud verbatim. "Did you really say that?" "I think the author took that out of context. What I meant was ______."
You can check that with MediaInfo. It will tell you exactly how much space each stream (in your case, the video and the audio stream) of a video takes up and give both the absolute and the relative (i.e. percentage) value! To get the average proportions of the audio stream, just check a few of your videos and calculate ...
There are variables you don't mention, but you can make a quick estimate based on the video bit rate and the audio bit rate. With (say) 4800Kb/s video and 48Kb/s audio, the audio represents 1% of the file.
After a bit of searching, I found an article surveying some of the commercial software noise reduction options. For hiss/hum type noise removal (as opposed to crackles and pops), no approach other than noise-gates in multiple frequency bands was mentioned. The differences between implementations are in the default settings, the control knobs available, and ...
Audio Spectrum effect that comes with After Effects. Just apply the effect to a solid layer and there will be a dropdown of the layers in the current composition, select the audio layer.
You could both record your individual screens and microphone inputs. In after effects (or another program of choice) you have the ability to separate the audio and visual so it is possible to change perspectives without affecting the audio. This would probably require a little manual adjustment of one of the audio layers given the lag of skype. Good luck!
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