Hello, I hope this topic has not yet been discussed.
I am facing a problem and although I would like for the private sector the movie "The dismembered Curtain" (1966), which is available on DVD accompanied with a different soundtrack without missing out on the dialogues. My question: Is there any way to remove existing music from the film without deleting the dialogues likewise? Synonymous, it would be enough to keep quiet music on the film, so the new music it plays louder.
I hope you can help me next
Antwort von AndyZZ:
So, if music and dialogue in tandem to happen, you have seeeehr bad cards. One possibility would be MAYBE: get the soundtrack on CD, in the hope that is with music on it. The Music Of CD of Adobe Audition can be identified as noise. The music along with dialogue from the movie and download Adobe Aution the noise (ie leave the background music removed). But should probably fold ig synonymous not 100%. Another possibility I could hardly see.
Antwort von Filmemacher:
So I should cut out the music from a film, so I can install themselves and add background music and dialogues soundeffeckte everything ourselves. Only the problem. I can not separate the film from the original sound. Hab da therard which found nothing apart from a program for 20 euro. But would like to spend no money. A name synonymous to me of such programs would be sufficient so that I can load it somewhere.
Antwort von Blackeagle123:
Perhaps you're lucky, by the dialogue "only" on the center speaker, or "especially" there are! Then try to record only the center sound. Evt. 5.1 on one of the three outputs of your sound card! This usually comes only when the DVD is in 5.1 Dolby Digital. Otherwise, with Prologic II or III, the voice rausrechnen. Good luck!