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Software to clean up VHS 'hissing'

The Warlord

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Hi guys,

I'm using audio from a ropey old VHS for two small lines of dialogue for my Star Trek: The Menagerie Extended Edition edit. These are from Roddenberry's black and white workprint which has only been released in its entirety on a Portugese video.

Is there any free and easy to use software that may at least filter out the worst of the typical VHS hissing? I have audacity, but that appears to be pretty basic.

Any help much appreciated.

Cheers,

Jon
 

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Not free, but I think there is a free trial for Goldwave that has a hiss removal feature.
 

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The Warlord said:
Hi guys,

I'm using audio from a ropey old VHS for two small lines of dialogue for my Star Trek: The Menagerie Extended Edition edit. These are from Roddenberry's black and white workprint which has only been released in its entirety on a Portugese video.

Is there any free and easy to use software that may at least filter out the worst of the typical VHS hissing? I have audacity, but that appears to be pretty basic.

Any help much appreciated.

Cheers,

Jon

musiced921 said:
Not free, but I think there is a free trial for Goldwave that has a hiss removal feature.

Thanks!
 
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