Premiere Pro: Denoise Best Practices

Premiere Pro: Denoise Best Practices

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Getting great sounding dialog is the holy grail of both mixing and editing. The trouble is, nobody records good sounding dialog any more, and so we must, in post, try to fix everything that went wrong on set with sound. Thus getting great sounding dialog quickly is skill editors and sound editors alike must learn, since a large amount of resources will go to fixing dialog. “Denoising” – or using some kind of plugin to get rid of unwanted noise is the easiest way to do this. And having denoise best practices is critical, since the wrong use of the plugins can render worse results.

Imported from Adobe’s Audition DAW, Premiere Pro now sports the ability to speedily get dialog to sound great using its built-in denoising plugins. And understanding how to best use those plugins makes all the difference when trying to clean audio quickly.

In this video, Mark shows us how to create a quick “good sound button” using denoise best practices and secrets found in Premiere. This is in complete parallel from the Cinema Sound Education where Mark shows us how to do this in Adobe Audition.

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