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Patrick Haley

Marketing Coordinator at BCS ProSoft, Amateur Vegetarian Chef, Travel Enthusiast, and Thrill Seeker
Member Since:
January 20th 2013
12 Posts
Location:
San Antonio, Texas Area
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Is there a way to reduce static in an 8 KHz/8-bit/mono wav file?
by Patrick Haley 7 months ago
Hi all, new to audio here and could use some help. I'm updating the hold music for our telephone system and it requires an 8 KHz 8-bit mono wav file. I've used Audition CC to reduce the volume to -9.0
Re: Is there a way to reduce static in an 8 KHz/8-bit/mono wav file?
by Patrick Haley 7 months ago
Ok, I managed to figure this out with help from a few different threads. What I was doing was converting to an 8-bit mono file, importing the wav file, running the noise reduction and then saved again
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Edit clip in Adobe Audition grayed out
by Duke Sweden 3 years ago
OK, at the risk of appearing to try and take the #1 spot from Walter Biscardi I'm putting up another post because my bug thread no longer seems to attract any responses. When I right click on any type
Re: Edit clip in Adobe Audition grayed out
by Patrick Haley 7 months ago
In case anyone searches this in the future, I had this issue and this is what I did. I don't normally use Audition, so I didn't have it installed. After installing and playing around in the program, I
Framerate tips for a noob
by Patrick Haley 6 years ago
I am trying to edit a recorded webcast that someone sent to me that has 8.345 fps. The recorded video plays perfectly as is. However, whenever I create new 720p project at 23.97 fps and import the rec
Re: Framerate tips for a noob
by Tom Daigon 6 years ago
I agree. Another method is just to drag the clip from the project folder and drop it right on the timeline, Tom Daigon PrP After Effects Editor HP Z820 Dual 2687 64GB ram Dulce DQg2 16TB raid www.hdsh
Best Export Options for a HD Youtube Video
by Patrick Haley 7 years ago
Hi all, I'm pretty new to the video editing world but started using Premiere Pro CS6 to create some videos for work. So far so good except I'm not sure what would be considered a best practice for ren
Re: Best Export Options for a HD Youtube Video
by Patrick Haley 7 years ago
It appears to be 1194x720 (1.0) with a frame rate of 4.92
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