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Eliminating White Noise in Videos with VSDC: A Step-by-Step Guide

Jan 23, 2024

Whether it's the hum of an air conditioner or the buzz of a nearby light, white noise in your videos can be an irritating distraction for viewers. Thankfully, you can quickly and easily remove white noise using the powerful video editor VSDC. In this step-by-step guide, we'll walk you through the process to help you perfect your video’s audio.

  1. Import your video into VSDC: Launch VSDC on your computer and click 'Import Content' to select and add your video file to the program.

  2. Add an audio track: Once your video is imported, right-click on your video file within the 'Layers' tab and click 'Add Audio.' Locate and select the audio file you wish to use to replace the original audio with white noise.

  3. Apply the noise reduction effect: Click on the 'Editor' tab at the top of the screen, then navigate to 'Audio Effects,' and choose the 'Noise reduction' option. This will launch the noise reduction settings window.

  4. Find the best settings: Experiment with the noise reduction settings to find the best balance of audio clarity and quality for your video. Adjust the 'Frequency smoothing' and 'Noise reduction rate' options accordingly to minimize white noise effectively.

  5. Preview your edited audio: After tweaking the settings, click 'Apply' to save your changes and preview the result in the audio track. Adjust the effect settings as necessary, and continue to preview until you're satisfied with the outcome.

  6. Save your edited video: Once you're happy with the final result, click the 'Export Project' tab located at the top of the screen and select your desired video format. Save your video, and enjoy your polished, noise-free clip!

With VSDC, you can eliminate distracting white noise from your videos in just a few simple steps. Whether you're a seasoned video editor or just starting, this guide will help keep your videos looking and sounding professional.

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