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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 ...


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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.


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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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I would do check on your ram to make sure its not having issues. You can do that with a number of utilities. If you are running windows there is a built in util called MdSched.exe that will do this for you. Just type it in the search box after hitting the windows key. You can also boot to a usb or dvd/cd and test it with memtest86. Get it at memtest86.com. ...


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musicbed.com is probably the best quality I've heard from these types of sites. Of course, it's a little more expensive. But when you need quality, you should be prepared to pay for it. They have tons of good stuff already, but you can also actually commission them to write custom music for your project.


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Well there is a source I have used a lot in the past. Very popular, a lot of others have used as well. Its free, legal and good quality. but I tend to pay a token fee for stuff I use ($5) though there is no obligation to do so. Its called incompetech.com Kevin MacLeod. He is an American musical and sound track composer. He has a large volume of tracks one ...


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I've used Adrenalin Sounds before and they have a great selection of music and an easy search system. If you can't be bothered going through a heap of tracks they will create a playlist for you, which I have found helpful in the past.


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FCPX project -> Play through timeline = OK FCPX project -> Compressor -> ProRes422 = NG (muffled sound) FCPX project -> Compressor -> AAC Mono = NG (muffled sound) FCPX project -> Compressor -> AAC Stereo = NG (muffled sound) FCPX project -> "Share" -> Master (h264) = OK (but the size is too large) FCPX project -> "Share" -> Master (h264) -> Compressor -> ...


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The answer is to use Cyberlink PowerDirector instead. Much easier to use and you can achieve this with a couple of mouse clicks (right click on the audio and do "Normalize this audio track...")


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Export just the audio as WAV and use an app called Auphonic - it will level out, not just normalise, the audio. I use it often and it makes everything sound much nicer.


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There's no single answer - it's a series of trade-offs: When you record your voice, it should be as loud as possible, but making sure never to go over the maximum level that can be recorded. This is known as clipping, and sounds distorted. Too quiet, and your audio will be hissy relative to the noise floor of your setup - too loud and it will clip. In ...


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After going through all the settings and trying all kinds of options, I stumbled on the magic combination to fix this. Go to Edit > Preferences > Memory - change setting for "Optimize rendering for:" to "Memory" Go to Sequence > Sequence Settings - add checks to "Maximum Bit Depth" and "Maximum Render Quality" So if I understand this correctly, you DO ...



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