EDIUS Audio Noise Reduction using
izotope Audio Restore VST plugin

 

Note: This filter causes a 2 frame audio delay after export, so it is important that you export to wav audio file only, then replace the existing audio with the new file and offset it by 2 frames (or turn off existing audio and place the new one below and offset it)

 

1. move timeline cursor to a position between spoken words so that only typical noise can be detected by the izotope learn function

EDIUS and izoptone audio restore

 

 

2. Drag and drop the izotope Audio Restore VST to the audio clip and then double click to open its interface, untick Automatic Mode and tick Train

EDIUS and izoptone audio restore

 

 

3. Click the timeline cursor and advance 2 or more frames by using the right arrow key on the keyboard, this will be enough to sample the noise

EDIUS and izoptone audio restore

 

4. Untick Train and close the window by clicking the OK button

EDIUS and izoptone audio restore

 
5. Play the clip on timeline and enjoy the noise free sound. Now you should apply the izotope Audio Mastering Limiter
 
 
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