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Hello I have several webinars I have to edit which all have numerous sections of obvious, audible breathing noises. I have done this manually on 9 files and it's so tedious I'm looking into automating the process. I'm using WavePad 6.33 Masters Edition (paid) I also have VideoPad Professional 4.30 (paid) Currently the way I'm manually removing the breath sounds is to select the area, go to Cleanup, select Low-Pass filter, I have entered 50hz frequency and "Use previous entered". This is working for removing the breath sounds. I looked into the section Tools, Options, Keys and I can create a hotkey or macro to automate the process from the available options but Low-Pass filter is not one of them for some reason, even though High-Pass is. I found if I make the High-Pass a frequency of 8736 it seems to accomplish about the same thing as I was doing using the low pass set at 50hz. But I'm wondering if I'm not using the best command for the desired task? I don't want to silence the selections because then it sounds dead and edited. I don't want to cut the selections because the audio track has to sync with the video. Can anyone suggest any better methods?
So Word has excellent macro documentation , but FastFox has really poor documentation regarding Macros. I need to create a macro that will take a timestamp of the current position of an audio in ExpressScribe and copy and paste it into my working Word Document that I am transcribing into. My client needs a timestamp a the beginning of each new paragraph, and it is painstaking to go back, open up express scribe, get the timestamp, go back to Word, for every single para. Can somebody PLEASE help me? Please, someone help me if you can.