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Re: Shooting a conference room presentation: Overcoming HVAC room noise and light from presenter's projector

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Roderick LavalleeRe: Shooting a conference room presentation: Overcoming HVAC room noise and light from presenter's projector
by on Jan 6, 2012 at 3:09:36 pm

Thanks, Jim,

I take care of a LOT in post: particularly with this client. Been exporting PPT files into JPGs forever. I used Premiere Pro CS5, and am able to do what you described without having to use any plug-ins or other tools. (There are lighting effects that I can use within PPro, but as anyone knows the final cut always looks better the less you have to do in post, unless you have a $150k editing deck and tons of CGI skills, and that's not me.)

Great call on the sample the room noise, however. I'll use that trick in order to sample the baseline Noise Floor for when I edit the audio in post (I use Adobe Audition CS5.5 for that, which integrates seamlessly with PPro.)


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