We’re rewarding the question askers & reputations are being recalculated! Read more.
1

Is the camera moving? If it's a still shot you could make a clean plate of the empty city in Photoshop and use a green screen for the actor. If you don't want the shot locked-off you can cheat add some movement to the frame in post, but big changes in perspective would require recreating the city in 3D. Interestingly one of the earliest photographs of a ...


1

If the audio track was from a video clip in premiere, and was not replaced by the after effects comp, it should still be present in your project, and you should just be able to use the Match Frame command to find and resync the video to your audio. Even with thirty clips, it shouldn't take that long if you use keyboard shortcuts. Something like: Select ...


1

I think the easiest way is with the Spectral Frequency Display. Sounds like coughs, air conditioners and so on appear as blobs or lines that you can either erase or reduce in volume. Much more effective than EQ, since you can target all the frequencies and the exact timespan. From Adobe: "The spectral display is perfect for removing unwanted sounds, such as ...


1

If you have Audition, try using the background noise removal effect. If you capture a clip of solely the audio you want to remove, Audition will identify that frequency and remove it wherever it appears. Might need manual correction since sometimes it the reduction at those frequencies can be extreme.


1

i would attempt this by trying to find the frequency of the cough and then nuking it with EQ, turning the EQ on and off when needed via automation. You might have to dip the overall level for a moment too if its still too bad. I'm guessing that in future having a second mic might help also so you can cut to that and it might get a better signal of the ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible