One of the most annoying and persistent problems in filming a political candidate or run-and-gun documentary film is getting good sound in offices, large rooms or auditoriums, where there can be a distracting echo or reverb in the final product.
The standard answer to this perennial problem was to live with the results or re-record, which is seldom an option in a fast paced, often one take filming situation and/or with budget constraints.
We have discovered a low cost filter for postproduction editing called EchoRemover, by a maker of video filters, CrumplePop. This simple to use filter which is compatible with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X or Adobe’s Premiere Pro, makes it a snap to remove the nasty echo found in these situations.
Below is a before and after demonstration of a clip where one can hear echo and it’s removal by the EchoRemover filter.
Please note, we have no commercial involvement with this company and pass this info on only acheter du cialis en ligne as a cost-effective tool.