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MikeIs there a reasonable fix for DV audio recorded too low?
by on May 2, 2005 at 1:37:48 pm

Hi there:
I've been working on a short film for the last few months and the first day we shot I had a sound man who had me keep the recording level too low.

You can hear the audio but you have to turn the volume up on the TV to hear it. I tried boosting the GAIN in Premiere and didn't have very good luck with it, so I put this stuff on the shelf, hoping to reshoot. Now it looks like a reshoot can't happen, so I'm forced to look at options to fix it myself or cut the sequence from the film.

Is there a process in audition to increase the master volume? If I could just get it up loud enough to hear, I could put sweeteners on it or music to cover some of the distortion (although I'd rather not resort to that).

I can make a 20 second clip after 5:00PM tonight when I get home from work, if anyone could take a crack at it.

Thanks for any suggestions,

MIKE


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willie tothRe: Is there a reasonable fix for DV audio recorded too low?
by on May 2, 2005 at 1:40:14 pm

Mike,

Just E-mail me the clip at loganonestudio@aol.com ... WILLIE


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Bryan CarvajalRe: Is there a reasonable fix for DV audio recorded too low?
by on May 2, 2005 at 4:55:59 pm

yea Willie is da best :P


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