Separate sounds in a videoclip?

Explorer ,
May 08, 2021 May 08, 2021

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If I have a video from a waterpark on holiday and I have loud background noise from waterfalls etc and I can hardly make out when people are talking. Is there a way after importing the clip into Premiere Pro that the program can separate the different sound sources (background noise and people talking) so I can lower one (background noise) and boost the voices?

 

I already invested in a shotgun mic (Röde) to fix this problem in the future.

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May 08, 2021 May 08, 2021

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Premiere wont do much for you.

Might want to have a look at Audition or Audacity.

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So, you load in the clip into Audacity and edit the sound there, then save it to hard drive and then load it into PP?

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The best thing you can try in Premiere is the Essential Sound panel and try to fix the audio there by selecting "Dialogue" and then in there is a "repair" area where you can see if Premiere can get rid of "noise". If not, then you'll have to start studying on how to do that, or do voiceovers maybe.

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May 08, 2021 May 08, 2021

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Hey, what helps me the most is clicking on the audio and then jump over to the audio interface. There you can choose dialogue. I suggest using the following effects:

dynamic (increase the value so it focusses on the voices)

Enhance voice (higher or lower tone depending on who speaks)

 

Otherwise, just check these two videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSceBAQkwSo

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDQ4MU2x2r8

 

Hope that helps!

 

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Thanks buddy!

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