joeblack2022 wrote in post #14612755
Nice work, not sure what you're referring to there by feedback but the audio level could come up for the speech.
Thank you. I wish I could increase the audio levels, but one of the speeches was recorded at a low level which caused me to have to reduce the audio level of the whole project to make it work.
StaticMedia wrote in post #14613617
Chad, I see what you are saying now that I went back and listened to it with the volume up really high, and I agree there is a strange hiss there. I did not notice upon watching the piece for what it was because I could hear the subject just fine. The question is: Have you tested your camera since then in other settings to test the audio? You need to sample it multiple times to figure out if it is the MIC the Cam or the setting.
joeblack2022 wrote in post #14616211
Nothing you can do about that - that's cheap wireless in action.
The audio is from a Zoom H4N tapped into the bands mixer board. They were having issues with the mic.
Kento wrote in post #14615013
What editing software are you using? Did you use audio compression to raise the amplitude and reduce the peaks? Also, the amplitude of the speech is way too low, you need to watch the audio amplitude bars to make sure it averages in the high green area...
Thank You for the feedback.
I used Adobe Premiere CS5.5 and CS6. I did not do any audio compression. Do you have any recommended links that I could look at to accomplish this?
Thank You. The song is "Gotta Have You" - The Weepies
Here is a link to the video on vimeo with the tech details.