I have an audio recording, directly in the vicinity of the speaker was. At some places, the signal just overexcited and you hear (how shall I describe) .. sounds distorted to halt. (Audio Recording with automatic control of the microphone)
Is there a way the signal is still somewhat correct?
Existing programs include: Premiere Pro CS3 and Sound Forge 9. if so what filter would be? (mine is clear that the signal is not 100% can be restored, an improvement but it would be a step forward ...
Thanks for all tips udn Gruss Alex
Antwort von Axel:
A digital clipping (which is after your portrait seems to be) is not correctable. There is simply no more signals that can "save" can, by applying filters. Is it a concert, the recording is either worthless, or you find someone who has also recorded the sound and you can use. Is it a rally, and the voice of the speaker is still halfway to understand you can with a relatively large amount of forbearance reckon.
Hake debacle in the "learn" from, for future sound recordings.
Antwort von Quadruplex:
Much is in fact not. There are wave-editors (or WaveLab WaveLab lite of Steinberg), a pen function - so you can override the body s.Screen after draw. If, however, a tedious operation and requires experience and intuition.
I would be a pragmatic approach: If your shots anyway only for a brief contribution to be used, turn the sound and quietly say 'nen drüber comment. When overdriven the scenes are important, they say (with much reduced level) and hide what is said as subtitles - in the case goes before the form content / quality.