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Adobe Premiere Pro
on Nov 2, 2012 at 1:28:32 pm
Hello all... again!!
I often use the denoiser effect within Premiere to remove any unwanted hiss from audio clips.
I regularly find that it makes things sound much better when editing away in my Premiere timeline, but when it comes to exporting the video it sounds a little different.
I find with the exported version that sections sound nice and clean, but other parts of the same audio clip have a loud hiss to them.
I can hear the hiss suddenly appear and disappear as the audio clip continues to play through, but it sounds completely clean within Premiere.
Any ideas what I could be doing wrong?
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