DeHummer audio plug-in, new with Adobe Premiere Pro 2017 seems being ignored if rendered by Media Encoder, but if I render via just by pressing "Export" in Exprot Settings dialogue, it works.
Is it a bug, can anybody confirm this?
Dehummer isn't working with my computer with a Core i7 processor. Does Audition have the Dehummer filter? I desperately need a way to clean out high-frequency background noise that my trail cameras produce. Dehummer is perfect for cleaning it up... that is when Dehummer is actually working on the export.
Exporting directly from Premiere used to work with regard to the dehummer, now the dehummer doesn't work that way either.
This is no longer the correct answer. DeHummer is ignored by outputting via Export directly in Premiere as well as via Queue to Media Encoder. What an awful bug! And years old!
Now, taking the extra step of Audition is the only option. I am almost amazed the de-hummer worked in there.
how do you use audition?
I'm new to Premiere and I am having the same issue with hum
I could use an answer soon. I have to have this project turned in tomorrow and I've spent hours trying to remove the hum. I bought Premiere and it worked...until I exported it.. Now what? HELP
Audition is one of the Adobe CC cleaner apps, so with a CC subscription you just select that app in the CC desktop app and install.
It's a pretty full featured audio app, and best way to send audio to work in Audition is to use the Send Sequence to Audition option. It's great ... opens the sequence in audition, so your stuff, save and come back to PrPro and it's already applied.
At any time just use the edit sequence in Audition option and Audition opens with all effects from last time open and ready for further adjustments.
What a shame!
As for me, I've switched to third party plugin for this a year ago or so (by Acon Digital).
How do i get a third party plug in?
Edit Audio to Audition apply dehummer automaically fixed in Premiere
Has anyone ever found a solution to this? I've read 10 posts and none of them have solutions. It's been over 2 months. It occurs on projects that don't even have dehummer.
Has anyone ever found a solution to this? I've read 10 posts and none of them have solutions. It's been over 2 months. Every premiere export adds a hum to it.
It was fixed in a build a couple years back. Yours is the first post on this in that time. Which build are you using? What OS?
XPS 15 9570
Processor: Intel(R) Core (TM) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.21GHz
Installed RAM: 16.0GB 15.7 Usable
System type: 64-bit operating system
My first issue this month was in an interview project. After a weekend of forums and settings I gave up as it was a simple hum in the background of a conversation. I had assumed it would be just this project but it has appeared in my next unrelated project. The first issue had a hum remover effect and denoiser and from my readings on the forums assumed something was messing up during the rendering process because it is fine in the timeline. But now I am having a hum added to clips with no effects, on a different project.
Camera: SONY AX100
One of the clips is in a music that has a completely separate audio file from the camera. So obviously the hum couldn't be from that if I'm not evening using the audio.
The Camera files are in .MTS format
I've been on the current computer/adobe/camera/mic setupt the past 2+ years without issue.
Adobe Premiere Pro Build: 13 Version 13.0.1
Same problem for me now
Problem is back again with current Premiere and Media Encoder Version! DeHummer is ignored on export but works on preview!
This DeHumm export error also drives me crazy. At least I've found a way to workaround this issue:
1) Export the (incorrect) audio track(s) as a wave format
2) Open wave in Audition, apply deHumm and process export
3) Import new (audition) wave into Premieres project and replace affected audio track(s)
Now Premiere can't mess up any deHumm effect any more when rendering your clip.