I am currently editing videos for my brother-in-law. I have not had this issue before, and there is no buzzing on the original video, it only appears when I download it into Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The buzzing/static sound remains on the video when I export it to Youtube. Is anyone else having this problem, or does anyone else know how to fix it?
Thanks in advance!
Is it on Windows or MAC?
First of all, you need to tell us what the original video is exactly. Like, is it something he shot on a camera with some kinda specs ? What camera and what is description of the video ( HD, SD, etc. ). There is a program that is free called MediaInfo that you can get for nothin. If you drag your brother's video into that link on your desktop ( once you install MediaInfo and have shortcut there on your computer ) then the option of VIEW / TREE will give you tons of info about the original file.
We would love to see that.
After people have some clue what you are dealing with as 'source' material ( your brothers video) then it may lead to suggestions about how to fix it in PPro.
Nobody can do nothin if they have no clue what you are dealing with.
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.
screen recordings often have a variable frame rate which can cause issues that are hard to predict.
use mediainfo to determine whether your source is variable or constant frame rate
if it's variable use handbrake to convert to constant frame rate
and here's a tutorial on how to use handbrake
I'm doing very plain projects. Very lightly edited footage from a camera. This has occured on multiple projects. I have not even posted until today due to the fact that over the past 3 years, there has not been solution posted to anyone's issues. I can film with a normal camera, place it in premiere, and export it and Premiere adds a hum to it. Even in projects that don't have any effects (i.e. hum remover). A complete mess. I posted today because now I am doing a music video and it is intollerable.
the original poster said they were working with screen recordings.
Please tell us your system specs: OS version, Premiere version, amount of RAM, Hardware specs
Please tell us what camera you were shooting with and your source properties and your sequence settings. In particular your original audio's sampling rate and whether it's uncompressed or not. If it's compressed, I'd suggest you convert to something like aiff or wav before bringing it into premiere.
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
I know this was a while ago, but I had these issues this week. So this might help someone.
I found that the way to fix was to go to Sequence and Hit Render audio.
Rendering Audio seems to be a quick fix for a lot of issues with PP at the minute!