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Im trying to edit a video project for school and i cannot seem to get the background noise to go away! in the movie there are people talking so i need to hear that but i cant get rid of of the buzzing and cars in the background. i tried doing the audio cleanup but it didnt work (maybe i didnt do it right)

im beyond desperate PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

 

I have a roxio Mydvd Video Lab 10 and im using it on a windows xp

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Im trying to edit a video project for school and i cannot seem to get the background noise to go away! in the movie there are people talking so i need to hear that but i cant get rid of of the buzzing and cars in the background. i tried doing the audio cleanup but it didnt work (maybe i didnt do it right)

im beyond desperate PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

 

I have a roxio Mydvd Video Lab 10 and im using it on a windows xp

 

I'm sure science class has taught you about sound and especially the human voice. As you will remember that most sounds likevoicesand background noise is a broad range of frequencies. Only pure tones have one frequency. Depending how much buzzing (where did that come from?) and other background noise, you may not be able to clear the audio without destroying the recorded voices. That is; if you remove or lower certain frequencies, then the voice with the same value in those frequencies will also chanage.

 

MyDVD Lab 10 is a program that has been modified from the full program so you may not have all the functionality below.

 

It looks like you have a program that is a video editor. You may have to add the video to MyDVD and then click on it (right or left?) to get the editor. If you can get to that, there should be a option below the preview window that is titled show/hide tracks. Click on that and select native under audio. Close that. The native audio track will show up below the video track. Double click on that an you will get a audio editor. In the middle of that window, you should see "Clean Audio". Click on that and follow these directions. In the video, there is only one sound that interferes with the voice so that worked well. I don't know how you will get along with a variety of extraneous sounds.

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