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Hello All.

I have CS5, I need a de hummer within premier. The standard one is not very good. I need it in Premier Pro to speed up my work flow by applying a specific presset. I have over 400 video files however I need to remove a humming noise which is in the background.

Izotope RX 2 seems to be good however it is not a Plugin for Premier Pro from what I am aware of.

Can any one advise me of a VERY good plugin that can be used.

Thank you

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Hi Leon,

There was an old bug between RX 2 and Premiere Pro that prevented RX from showing up in the plug-in list. This has been fixed on iZotope's side in the latest version of RX 2 and on Adobe's side by the latest versions of Premiere (though I'm not 100% sure if the update is in Premiere Pro CS5 or CS5.5). Please make sure you're running the latest versions of both software packages.

Also, the RX 2 standalone app will open anything that can be opened by Quicktime codecs (it strips out the audio so you'll have to re-spot it in Premiere) and has a batch processor that will take care of all of your files in a batch (provided they have the same type of problem).

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Have you tried using an EQ from within Premiere? You may have luck with some surgical use of one.

  • I have tried, and it is not very good. Any plugin suggestions – Author Leon Jan 22 '12 at 1:07
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Rx2 can be used as standalone. I have used the demo on some wildly distorted thunder recordings, which were just nice after rx2, and demoed the de hummer for some pigs fx in a barn where the most annoying ac unit was going constantly. After rx2, it was totally gone, and no harm was done to the pigs. My jaw dropped.

Mikkel

  • Ok... this SOUNDS great, but as a plugin???? for Adobe Premier Pro – Author Leon Jan 22 '12 at 13:21
  • Well, what plugin format does Premiere support? I'm guessing VST. iZotope is VST-compatible (as I recall). – Stavrosound Jan 23 '12 at 7:06
  • Ok... Can anyone help please becuase I cannot find any informaiton on how to install a VTS plugin.. I now have Izotope – Author Leon Jan 29 '12 at 2:09

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