How to reduce Hum and Noise from video using Adobe Premiere CS5

This instructional video shows you how to use the DeHummer in Adobe Premiere CS5 and the EQ effect to minimise Hum and other Noise.
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17 Responses to “How to reduce Hum and Noise from video using Adobe Premiere CS5”

  1. Jeremiah Deasey says:

    Thank you!?

  2. Cogey says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH?

  3. JKTV says:

    My Blue Snowball picks up alot of background noise and it would lower the
    amout of editing time to my videos.
    Can you have these audio effects as default? ?

  4. Javis White says:

    Love it! Helped so much.?

  5. XxGodlyxX says:

    Thank you?

  6. Emil Fihlman says:

    This is a really nicely laid out video!

    Thank you!?

  7. Christopher Moonlight says:

    Thank you for taking the time to post this. It helped a lot.?

  8. nasemann says:

    Thank you – oh – so much!?

  9. Nelson R says:

    One of the best tutorials for Premier I’ve seen. Awesome job.?

  10. Christina Michelle Holleran says:

    Thank you sooo much — this is very helpful! We had neighbors in our
    apartment complex running their a/c and took room tone for it, but it still
    sounds awful. This helped reduce the noise exponentially!?

  11. MDTV3 says:

    Sorry for the delay, TechSmith Camtasia is the best I have ever seen

  12. TheEjbp says:

    thanks you saved my life. well not quite but this was really helpful.

  13. UCR ARTSblock says:

    Incredibly helpful video. I cannot thank you enough.

  14. melchiade13 says:

    Great post man! thanks alot!

  15. skv1991 says:

    Thank you so much! 😉 Very nice to know!

  16. TeaTime Productions says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial, fast effective and covered something
    that’s been bugging me for ages and fixed some of my ongoing audio issues.
    Thanks again.

  17. Dave Dugdale says:

    Great stuff. I will post it on my site soon.

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