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Increase volume with Vision4

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by L2T, May 13, 2007.

  1. L2T

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    I saved the original audio with Virtualdubmod.
    Amplified it with Audacity
    Imported the new audio with Virtualdubmod and compressed the audio and video.
    Audacity allows a section of audio to be selected for filtering.
    http://s1u.net/uzif
     
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    attar,

    Thanks so much! I can't wait to splice the clips together. I have VirtualDub 1.6, but don't think have ever used it.
     
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    Glad you like it, but you can probably do a lot more to de-emphasive the background hiss if you just tweak the areas between the spots where the wee girl is talking.
    Audacity is freeware as is VirtualDubMod.
    Good luck.
     
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    Well now I'm having a problem combining the two clips to make one clip and one title.

    Should I start a new thread? Perhaps in the newbies folder.

    I have XP MCE and Nero 7 Ultra and Tsunami Video Encoder Express
     
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    Possibly there is a mis-match between the clips.
    You might try to resave the doctored clip to uncompressed video and no compression Audio with Virtualdub

    Run Virtualdub.
    File > Open Video File [load the clip]
    Video > Full Compression > Compression > Uncompressed RGB
    Audio > Full Processing Mode > Compression > No Compression PCM
    File > 'Save as AVI'
    that way it will reflect the settings of the original clip that was downloaded.

    However in this case, I would use the whole original file and make the adjustment using VirtualDubMod and Audacity in the area affected.
    If you wish, PM me and I will send the steps that I used to adjust the clip.
     
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