i have recorded some interviews using lapel microphones and it has a lot of rustling noise because the characters have been moving. i have tried editing it out and to some extent it has worked. but there are some parts where the rustling overlaps with the dialogue. Is there any way i can remove or minimize it?
+1 for RX and the decrackle module. Select the whole clip then go nuts and set the strength to the maximum. Check how much it can achieve before undoing and working on it in the specific parts. Work in spectral view and whatever you can't decrackle, try using spectral repair (I usually use the attenuate mode). Take a lot of trail and error all-in-all but you'll get something decent.
RX combined with good editing will yield some darn good results.
With RX 5 Audio Editor if you're working in Pro Tools or similar you can use Connect to roundtrip a clip to the audio editor standalone application, this works great - I found just now that with clothing rustle in my dialog it was a combination of using de-noise on selective frequencies and then just good old EQ to take the noise down even further. I couldn't completely obliterate my clothing noise but I was able to reduce it to acceptable levels.