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Cleaning up sound on an old video

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by thebrummy_one, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. thebrummy_one

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    Hi guys,
    I've taken it on myself to copy an old VHS tape of my wife's, father's retirement to DVD. I've copied it to mini DV by use of my Sony PC330. I now intend to upload it to my PC (when I get it back from the menders! :lease: ) What i want to know is;
    Is there any "affordable" software that can clean up the audio. ie filter some of the background chat during the speeches etc. I'm assuming there might be something along the lines of 'best guess' software that can isolate a particular frequency sound from the existing track and allow it to be amplified while the remaining noise can be suppressed. Or have I got my head in the clouds again? :suicide:
    Thanks,
    Cliff
     

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