Adobe Tutorials Adobe Audition Quick Tip: Removing wind noise from video footage in Adobe Audition

Quick Tip: Removing wind noise from video footage in Adobe Audition





In this IMPROVED AND REVISED clip I show a method using Adobe Audition in conjunction with Premiere Pro to virtually remove unwanted wind noise from video footage. Thanks for watching!

36 thoughts on “Quick Tip: Removing wind noise from video footage in Adobe Audition”

  1. Thank you thank you thank you. This completely worked for me.

  2. Kyaw Thet Oo says:

    thanks you this videos help me alot

  3. Steve Watts says:

    I get much better results using dynamic EQ. I don't use Adobe but I assume it has a multiband compressor in it somewhere. Just bypass everything in the multiband except the "low" channel and set a high compression ratio and a low threshold so that when there's no wind the compressor isn't being triggered and this helps keeps your audio track sounding like it should. The compressor will kick in hard when there's a blast of wind and knockout those nasty lows. hth

  4. Pedro Pascoa says:

    what do you mean? it sounds exactly as bad, different but bad

  5. You could also use the "Spot Healing Brush Tool" on the wind noise peeks.

  6. I used to use the Noise Reduction and it made it worse. But this technic is better. Thanks, Mr.White.

  7. Great, thanks a lot! It helped and your description is clear, short, and without bullshit.

  8. calebjtv says:

    Thank you dude! Saved my ass on an assignment for school!

  9. Jeff z says:

    best i ever see, thx

  10. awesome great. This helped me a ton with a small amount of wind noise.

  11. thanks so much this helped me a ton now i don't have to listen to that crapppppy wind noise

  12. Mara Althea says:

    where cn i download the software?

  13. Carmen says:

    Absolute life-saver thank you so much

  14. Samuel M. says:

    I don't think that "removing" is the right term here. "Dampen", maybe? I think you would have had more success removing the noise with "capture noise profile" which is also right there in Audition. But anyway, it seems like you helped a lot of people here 🙂

  15. hey, at the end you didnt render, theres the red line, and the sound is not the new one, check it out

  16. You just save my life, arigato senpai!!!

  17. BushidoBrown says:

    God bless you brother

  18. T-Bone says:

    Wow thank you so much!

  19. Deric Werth says:

    Hi mate
    THank you, I'm a photog of many years doing some video for new clients – had some nasty wind noise, this video saved it for me.

  20. technoendo says:

    Thank you for making this tutorial. First time I've seen noise removed this way and it was pure magic to watch you demonstrate it and then immediately replicate excellent results myself. I shoot a lot of gopro in windy places so I'll probably get a lot of mileage out of this.

  21. Craig this was the most useful video I have seen today. Thanks for making this. Great name by the way. We must be long lost cousins.

  22. Sam Davies says:

    This is an excellent tutorial! Thank you! So many of the tutorial videos you see are awful, this is the perfect example of how a tutorial should be!

  23. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks Craig!

  24. Hi Craig! i'm having trouble because my video have really loud wind noise and i just can't handle it. Sometimes you just can't hear the person talking. What can i do in those cases?

  25. Craig White says:

    Just want to give a big thumbs up to all the YouTubers who are getting help from this video. Thank you for making my day!

  26. I have premiere pro cc 2014 but I don't have Adobe Audition.
    ~ Josh

  27. Hi Craig, can you give me a skype lesson please – I'm happy to pay you. I don't understand many of the settings.

  28. Thanks for this mate!

  29. This is great, thanks for making it a bit shorter too.

  30. King Laith says:

    Thanks, but still there's a lot of noise 🙁

  31. Craig White says:

    This is the revised edit to my video: "Quick Tip: Removing wind noise from video footage in Adobe Audition". I went through the original video and cut out all the annoying voice over audio problems from the first video (learned a lot since then) and cut out about a minute of "UMMMS and UHHHS"! ;-D Hope you find this tip useful and I thank you for watching. Cheers!

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