Manicuring video tracks with hissing/audio artifacts ?

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by rotarypower101, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. rotarypower101 macrumors regular

    rotarypower101

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    Hi guys, wondering if anyone could recommend an easy to use audio tool for removing hiss and or noises out of a .avi , .mp4 or .m4v ?

    I have an old tv show series (My Three Sons) that I would like to make available to my parents on the :apple:TV that has a very pronounced hissing sound, and was wondering if anyone can make recommendations on a program that would be a candidate to manicure the audio a little bit?

    Free would be awesome but I don’t mind paying for someone else’s hard work, especially if they took the time to make it user friendly.

    Thanks

    BTW: Also sort of related to this topic, are there any programs that can correct audio sync problems? Say where a person could pick a frame to match the audio to and the program would custom modulate the audio frequency, ect and re encode the tracks to fit better?
     
  2. mchalebk macrumors 6502a

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    Bias SoundSoap is very easy to use and pretty darn effective. Here's a link:

    http://www.bias-inc.com/products/soundSoap2/

    It believe it goes for around $99.

    I use it as a plug-in to Garageband, though I believe it can be used standalone. Unless you've got video editing software that allows plugins, you might need to export the audio to apply the effects (not sure about that).
     

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