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Audio attached to native video clips - how do you mute it?


Lake Nokomis

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This is probably easy, but I'm not finding the answer after searching for help. I am digitizing home movies, and I want to cut out the projector noise. Short of duct tape over my camera microphone, is there any way to cut this audio out during editing? I would still like to add music to my production, so I don't want to silence the whole thing.

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There is a program (produced by a company called BIAS) called 'Sound Soap' that should do what you want. I have heard that it will clean up wind noise picked up during a recording

 

A lite version is bundled with EMC 9 DeLuxe, but it can be obtained from

 

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

 

They also have a free trial version

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There is a program (produced by a company called BIAS) called 'Sound Soap' that should do what you want. I have heard that it will clean up wind noise picked up during a recording

 

A lite version is bundled with EMC 9 DeLuxe, but it can be obtained from

 

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

 

They also have a free trial version

Thanks for the tip, but all I want to do is to mute the audio native to my video. The "help" on Creator 9 says that I can do this, but I can't find out how.

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