The DeHummer is malfuctioning. I set and save the setting I want (and I've tried different ones)...but as soon as I close and reopen...it's erased. It goes to some flatline.
I've seen two recent posts on this, but no solutions or resolutions. I've erased my cache files too. Can anyone help?
Are any other effects being used on the clip?
If so, try nesting and then apply dehummer.
Hello Peru Bob!
Thank you for getting back to me. So first, yes...I do have other audio effects on the clip. Is that an issue...having too many audio effects on one clip?
And second...I never nested audio before (didn't think I could). But looked it up...then I duplicated the sequence (a better way to nest audio?). Then went ahead and put DeHummer on that audio (plus 3 other effects). I saved, closed, reopened...and same problem with the DeHummer. It completely erases/wipes out my settings, again.
The other audio effects aren't affected. At least where I've checked. Any other ideas? I need that DeHummer...
Thank you so much for helping...
Try resetting the preferences:
If that doesn't work, try resetting the Workspaces:
Reset a workspace
Reset the current workspace to return to its original, saved layout of panels.
1. Do one of the following:
• Click the Workspace menu icon and select Reset to Saved Layout.
• Choose Window > Workspace > Reset to Saved Layout.
If that doesn't work, try Preferences > Audio Hardware and set Input to None.
If that doesn't work, try creating a new project and import the old one into it.
(Apologies on late reply, I got pulled away onto something else) Thanks again so much for helping me out with all this. Unfortunately...NONE of the above worked. I still get the exact same problem. Even the last one, importing the old project into a new one. As soon as I save and close and reopen...still erases my settings (and goes to some flatline). But it doesn't impact the other audio effects. (I have the lastest version, v14.7)
Question 1...would uninstalling and reinstalling the software help at all? Or problems with that?
Question 2...is there any other audio effect that basically does the same thing as DeHummer?
I guess when I'm ready to export...I can do the import into new project option. But can I even be certain, the DeHummer will work on exporting?
I have been fighting the same problem with DeHummer. Until Adobe gets this bug fixed, I am using Audio Effect "Filter and EQ/Highpass" filter to achieve the same end. Since, I'm trying to get rid of 60 Hz hum, I set the "Cutoff" setting at 75 Hz. Works nicely!
- Don D
Apologies, notice of your response got lost in my inbox.
But thank you very much for this tip. I will absolutely try it out! 🙂
But looked it up...then I duplicated the sequence (a better way to nest audio?
Right click on the clip and click Nest.
In the new sequence created by nesting, apply the Dehummer.
Then apply the other effects on the main sequence, not the newly created nest sequence.
So when I grab audio clips and right click...the "Nest" is inactive. It's not an option for just audio clips. But when I grab video and audio clips, then yes, nesting is available.
Is that what you mean? And then just apply effects to that nested audio?
Apply all effects except the Dehummer to the new sequence created by nesting and then apply only the Dehummer to the main sequence.
I'm having the same problem, I was about to make a post for it
Did you try nesting?
Thanks for your reply
But the nesting is not working,
it's clearly a bug in the dehummer effect
i have read about in another thread , the only working solution is editting the audio with Audition