Is there an easy way to remove spikes in volume (coming for example from a feedback loop when recording) from the audio of a video file?
I have this video for example which had problems during the recording with really high spikes in the volume, and I would like to edit the file and then submit it to the uploader.
Is there any way to do this without having to manually edit the file, in other words: Are there tools that can analyze the audio of video files, identify spikes in the volume, and automatically adjust the volume (or even completely mute) for those short segments? (I am running Ubuntu 16.04 and don't have access to Windows or Mac computers)
Another approach would be to set a max limit on the volume for the entire file, is this possible?