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Anyone can help with this. Is it possiable within Videowave to clean up Video Audio with Izotope, at the momemt you only get to use Videowave clean up tool which is not very advanced.

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I have to admit I have not tried the izotope at all :huh:

 

I was under the impression it was a stand-alone program... And not any sort of a plug in OR even seen in the Suite.

 

In THAT case, you would look for it in the Start tree from Window Start Button.

 

I'm away from my 2012 Suite so maybe someone would check that notion of mine and report what they find ;)

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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According to page 13 of the Help file you can edit audio from a movie file,however I don't believe you can call the program from inside VideoWave.At least I couldn't figure how.

 

Page 13:

 

File Formats

Music & Speech Cleaner can open and save the following file formats.

Open: WAV, AIF, MP3, M4A, AAC, WMA, MOV, MP4, AVI

Note:when opening the movie file types (MOV, MP4, AVI) Music & Speech Cleaner will automatically extract the audio portion from the video file to work with.

Save: WAV, AIF

Your recordings will be saved as .wav files. These .wav files can be opened by all major media applications on both Windows and Mac and can also be converted into other formats such as .mp3, .mp4, or .aiff in applications such as iTunes.

Quicktime

For opening certain file types, Music & Speech Cleaner requires that you have the latest version of Apple's Quicktime audio player installed on your Windows or Mac machine.

Quicktime player is free and can be downloaded direct from Apple's website:

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/

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I klnow this has been posted several times for Creator 21XX that had Sound Soap but just a quick post here:

 

1) Navigate to the video file using Media Manager or put the video file in Video Wave.

2) Right click on the file and select to extract the audio. Name it and select where you want it placed. It will be a wav file. (See note below)

3) Open Izotope and add the wav file.

4) Clean up the audio the way you need to.

5) Save the result as another wav file.

6) With the video clip in the time line, select to show/hide the native audio track. Mute it.

7) Add the wav file as an audio file to any of the other audio tracks. - music, sfx, nar.

8) If you have done this correctly, the audo will be added to where the verticle curser is located. You can adjust it back or forwared to line it up. You could also use snap to grid (icon) to line it up.

 

Note: The information posted above seems to indicate that Izotope will do the extrraction for you. It is similar to Sound Soap in that it will work with codecs associated with Apple but will NOT do an automic extract with a mpg2 or similar file format. I haven't tried that yet but will.

 

Edit: I just tried it and the above information is correct. It will extract the audio (very quickly) for a supported format mp4 but will throw a non-supported error with a mpg2 file.

 

Please let us know if this is enough information for you.

Edited by sknis

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Alright Ben, looks like you are forcing us to go back to learning :lol:

 

As you can see, it is new to us too!

 

Tell us what you need to get done and we will see what ways we can come up with to get you there ;)

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How about adown and dirty flash video (6 minutes) that I put together in a few minutes. It should be cut down to 4 but I'll do that later. In the middel of it I forgot where I had my video and audio saved. It is silent - I'll add audio later. Find it here.

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