Premier Pro deletes denoiser effect on part of audio on video when exporting
by Emily Cave on Mar 20, 2015 at 3:01:48 am
I am working with a project that has really bad audio. I have edited and used many noise removal tools in Adobe Audition CC and Premier Pro CS6 (Noise remover, EQ, and Denoiser) which had removed the majority of the noise on the audio. However, after exporting this project and playing it in Quicktime, Premier has seemed to discarded these noise removal effects in the first 5 seconds of the video.
To try and resolve this, I cut up the first 5 seconds and applied an additional denoiser effect to see if this would help. However it did not, and Premier completely disregarded all of the sound removal in all of the exported clip.
Does anyone know why it is doing this and how I can resolve this and get rid of this awful noise?
Note: I have tried to do adapt it all in audition but noise still comes through. Things I have tried sound remover, adaptive noise production, noise reduction, and hiss reduction,