My goal is to record a video and then upload it without any further manual post production.
Except for the sound which I can do with the push of a button using ffmpeg.
So far I managed to remove the noise and raised the sound level. But my guess is that I am not using it in an optimal way and that someone with experience in that area can easily spot parts of my command I can improve on.
I hope this is the right place to ask:
Are there obvious mistakes I'm making and/or are there things I could change/improve to make the audio sound more professional?
My ffmpeg command so far:
"<path-to>\ffmpeg.exe" -i "<file-path-input>.mp4" -af "arnndn=m=bd.rnnn,compand=attacks=0:points=-80/-900|-45/-15|-27/-9|-5/-5|20/20" -c:v copy "<file-path-output>.mp4"
bd.rnnn was taken from this github repository: GregorR/rnnoise-models.
I recorded a short 1 minute video and uploaded it with the raw audio and with the command above used.
I have a Tonor Q9 USB Mic. The settings are 1 Kanal 16 Bit 48kHz and the Pegel* is set to 86.
*Translation for "Pegel" is "level recorder". I don't know what the english translation on windows is for that setting.