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De-esser?
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Just wondered if anyone had any experience in using one of these with video audio? I've recently come across a blu ray (Corrupt aka Copkiller - Code Red) and the audio is awful, every time there is an S or C sound it distorts massively. I've done some reading up and watched a few youtube videos, plenty of programs that can fix it and I'm planning on giving it a go with Premiere.

However, almost every guide I've read talks about doing it pretty much each S at a time. For a 3 minute audio recording I guess that isn't too bad but for a 100 minute movie it will take forever. Has anyone had any success in using a blanket approach for an entire movie? 

I'm going to try it in Premiere when I get home and see how it goes.
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https://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic...54#p384687
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Ok so I tried a few different options. Spitfish I couldn't get to work at all, even on max settings it was only picking up a tiny bit of Sibilance. Premiere correctly isolated it but after processing it didn't seem to make much difference. Paul-L's plugin for Audacity seemed to make the most difference in my case, it didn't completely fix it as the source was really bad but made it a lot better.
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Try iZotope RX. It lets you preview the output so you can make quick changes to the algorithm without having to wait for it to process all over again.
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