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How to remove mic clicking noise from the audio

New Here ,
May 11, 2018 May 11, 2018

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Hello! I am using Premiere Pro CC 2018 for an organization and I came across this issue. This issue is persistent throughout the whole video. Please tell me how can I solve it. The link is attached below. I have tried every audio effect in PP but nothing works.

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Community Expert , May 11, 2018 May 11, 2018

I agree. Audition is well suited for this and a better/easier application to use for removing unwanted pops and click. Open up your audio in Audition and pretty much follow the 3 areas I circled in the screen shot below. Look for the areas that peak and simply use the healing brush to click on that area and Audition will do the rest with pretty amazing results.

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Your best bet is to use Adobe Audition instead of Premiere Pro for this.

Inside Audition, you can either use the Click-Pop eliminator effect, or use a visual representation of the waveform to erase specific frequencies.

Hope this helps.

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I agree. Audition is well suited for this and a better/easier application to use for removing unwanted pops and click. Open up your audio in Audition and pretty much follow the 3 areas I circled in the screen shot below. Look for the areas that peak and simply use the healing brush to click on that area and Audition will do the rest with pretty amazing results.

Audition.jpg


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If its a 4 minute long video, do I have to heal every single part or is there anything like Audacity's noise profile in Audition?

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I've used this method on longer audio files but if the clicking is that prevalent then take a look at the noise reduction process or even the sound remover process to isolate specific frequencies to have them removed across the entire file.

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thank you SO much for this.  This has literally saved a few handfuls of my videos now.  I'd been using DeNoise and a 30-band EQ not realizing how inadquate that was.  This Audition strategy is SO Damn Good.  Excuse the proper 'French'.

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