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tbradley77
2006-12-28, 06:14 PM
I got some good video from my camera at a show. THe audio is terrible due to the bass. I want to put a aud recording with the video and eliminate the sound from the original video. Is there cheap software that does this and if so what should I use. Is this an easy procedure.

SundayDriver
2006-12-28, 06:32 PM
There are a few different programs to do it. I sync with Vegas 6 and speed correct with Audition 1.5.

Oh, there were some other questions. Well it's a tedious procedure if one source is longer than the other, has different editing..etc...

tbradley77
2006-12-28, 06:46 PM
Is this free software, is it easy to link up the audio and video so its synched?

SundayDriver
2006-12-28, 06:51 PM
Is this free software, is it easy to link up the audio and video so its synched?

No, neither of these programs are "free" software. Quite the contrary. :lol:

I can't really help you if you are looking for a freeware route.

tbradley77
2006-12-28, 06:53 PM
Im not just looking for freeware, I want a solid program that does it, I'm just curious if it is highly complicated to do it.

SundayDriver
2006-12-28, 06:54 PM
Im not just looking for freeware, I want a solid program that does it, I'm just curious if it is highly complicated to do it.

No, it really isn't that hard. What program do you use to author?

tbradley77
2006-12-28, 07:02 PM
author? I filmed it with a digital camera, it is an avi file. I want to separate the video/audio from that video and reuse audio from a separate recording, thus requiring to sync it up.

SundayDriver
2006-12-28, 07:05 PM
author? I filmed it with a digital camera, it is an avi file. I want to separate the video/audio from that video and reuse audio from a separate recording, thus requiring to sync it up.

oh, oh :lol: I thought you were talking about an entire concert. How big is the avi file? I could just do it if you want.

diggrd
2006-12-28, 07:05 PM
http://download1.pegasys-inc.com/download_files/TMPGEnc-2.524.63.181-Free.zip

SundayDriver
2006-12-28, 07:10 PM
Well, if this were my project, I would convert the avi file to an uncompressed NTSC DV video, (or PAL dependending on the location), sync the new audio in, and then compress down to MPEG2. (just thinking here)