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Posted: 9/20/2018 7:30:52 PM EDT
Is this possible? If so please tell!

I downloaded Resolve.... rofl.... you need 10 PhD's just to use the thing.
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 7:47:06 PM EDT
Resolve has a heck of a learning curve. If wind noise is your only problem, you aren't doing too bad. And regarding wind noise, about the only thing you can do is go to the Fairlight page and try to use the EQ to target the region of the noise, but wind noise has such a broad freq spectrum, this is going to prove hard to do
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 8:08:15 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By L_JE:
Resolve has a heck of a learning curve. If wind noise is your only problem, you aren't doing too bad. And regarding wind noise, about the only thing you can do is go to the Fairlight page and try to use the EQ to target the region of the noise, but wind noise has such a broad freq spectrum, this is going to prove hard to do
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Maybe next time I'll use those fuzzy things that came with my stereo mic.
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 8:12:31 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Cobalty2004:
Maybe next time I'll use those fuzzy things that came with my stereo mic.
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Originally Posted By Cobalty2004:
Originally Posted By L_JE:
Resolve has a heck of a learning curve. If wind noise is your only problem, you aren't doing too bad. And regarding wind noise, about the only thing you can do is go to the Fairlight page and try to use the EQ to target the region of the noise, but wind noise has such a broad freq spectrum, this is going to prove hard to do
Maybe next time I'll use those fuzzy things that came with my stereo mic.
A good deadcat makes all the difference. What microphone are you using?
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 8:42:10 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 8:59:34 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By L_JE:
A good deadcat makes all the difference. What microphone are you using?
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Originally Posted By L_JE:
Originally Posted By Cobalty2004:
Originally Posted By L_JE:
Resolve has a heck of a learning curve. If wind noise is your only problem, you aren't doing too bad. And regarding wind noise, about the only thing you can do is go to the Fairlight page and try to use the EQ to target the region of the noise, but wind noise has such a broad freq spectrum, this is going to prove hard to do
Maybe next time I'll use those fuzzy things that came with my stereo mic.
A good deadcat makes all the difference. What microphone are you using?
Sony stereo that slips in my hot shoe.

Link Posted: 9/20/2018 9:00:58 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Zack3g:
Wind noise is best removed before recording rather than after.
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Yea I just realized the mic has a "low" setting that helps cut down ambient noise

Lol
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 9:16:25 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/20/2018 9:17:03 PM EDT by navvet89]
tagging.

I went through a half dozen editors over the last week, disqualifying all but one for various reasons.

I settled on Hitfilm Express, its great, lots of YouTube how-tos if you get stuck and it does everything I need.

I'm using GIMP for image editing, Audacity to edit audio clips and VLC media player for testing/playing my exported mp4's.

eta: all tools above are free.
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 9:32:39 PM EDT
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I’ve been in professional television my entire working life, since 1977, and if you have wind noise, you’ve got wind noise.

Contarery to NCIS and other Hollywood movies, the audio spectrum isn’t something you can dial out a certain noise and remove it without affecting everything else within that same spectrum.

As Zack3g stated above, wind noise is something to deal with before the recording.
Link Posted: 9/20/2018 9:43:46 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Another-Bill:
I've been in professional television my entire working life, since 1977, and if you have wind noise, you've got wind noise.

Contarery to NCIS and other Hollywood movies, the audio spectrum isn't something you can dial out a certain noise and remove it without affecting everything else within that same spectrum.

As stated above, wind noise is something to deal with before the recording.
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