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Audio in timeline and final export wildly different

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I'm working with some clips that had fan noise, so I used Essential Sound to denoise them. I tweaked settings and got them sounding good in the edit timeline, but on final export, they sound terrible. Volume goes up and down, EQ varies across the same clip, it's like the settings are being applied completely differently on export than in the timeline. Any suggestions other than avoiding Essential Sound and doing destructive filtering in Audition?

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Audio in timeline and final export wildly different

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I'm working with some clips that had fan noise, so I used Essential Sound to denoise them. I tweaked settings and got them sounding good in the edit timeline, but on final export, they sound terrible. Volume goes up and down, EQ varies across the same clip, it's like the settings are being applied completely differently on export than in the timeline. Any suggestions other than avoiding Essential Sound and doing destructive filtering in Audition?

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Are you exporting directly from PPro or through Media Encoder? Do you get identical results?

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Tried both, having problems both ways. Am using the H.264 Vimeo 1080 p present, but also tried DNx with the same results.

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Usually, I use the Audio Track Mixer to apply any audio effects instead of the Essential Sound Panel. Just my workflow and personal preference I guess.

 

Inside the Audio Track Mixer you can twirl down the little arrow in the top left corner to show the effects and sends. In it, you can add a whole range of effects, either per track or on the Master. Under Noise Reduction/Restoration you'll find a Denoise effect.

 

Give it a try. Hope it helps.

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Thx, That's how I've normally done it for years - saw a tutorial on E.S. and thought it sounded pretty great. Maybe it's too good to be true. I set up another timeline using the effects on the audio track mixer and cleared all the Essential Sound settings. I'm still getting some weird differences in the output, but not as bad as with Essential Sound.

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