I got my VHS tapes converted to DVD. The video quality is reasonably good. However, there is a lot of hiss and static in the audio. Unfortunately, the original VHS is not usable anymore, so I can't digitize from scratch again. This is a personal video of family recordings.
The steps I tried are:
- copy the DVD to PC. ( a get couple of .VOB file)
- Extract and edit the audio file using Goldwave to remove noise. (the clean files are in .wav format)
- replace the audio track on the original .VOB and create a new video file.
I could do the first 2 steps but have not succeeded in performing step 3 as I do not know how to replace the audio file.
I do not have to create .vob files. Any video format with new (edited/cleaned) audio is fine.
Are there better ways?