ffmpeg pop and deesser filters

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ffmpeg pop and deesser filters

Joshua Grauman
Hello all,

I am using ffmpeg to edit videos of speeches/talks (like a TED talk). I am
using a headworn microphone. I would like to add an audio filter to get
rid of 'pop' and 'ess' sounds, especially present when pronouncing the 'p'
sound and 's' and 'sh' sounds respectively. Does anyone have a suggestion
for which (free linux) filters do this well and work well with ffmpeg?
I've been looking into ladspa filters, but would love any
advice/suggestions. Thanks so much.

Josh
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Re: ffmpeg pop and deesser filters

Jim Shupert, Jr.-2

. I would like to add an audio filter to get rid of 'pop' and 'ess'
sounds, especially present when pronouncing the 'p' sound and 's' and
'sh' sounds respectively. Does anyone have a suggestion for which (free
linux) filters do this well and work well with ffmpeg? I've been looking
into ladspa filters, but would love any advice/suggestions. Thanks so much.
>
You may wish to take a look at audacity

also  - you find a Best solution with some { headset ] mic placement
/usage  technique.
a 'pop shield" ,  a wind screen , a ball of soft grey foam surrounding
the mic.
:: test by wrapping with 4-9 layers nylon hosiery , season to taste.
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Re: ffmpeg pop and deesser filters

Paul B Mahol
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On 7/31/18, Joshua Grauman <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I am using ffmpeg to edit videos of speeches/talks (like a TED talk). I am
> using a headworn microphone. I would like to add an audio filter to get
> rid of 'pop' and 'ess' sounds, especially present when pronouncing the 'p'
> sound and 's' and 'sh' sounds respectively. Does anyone have a suggestion
> for which (free linux) filters do this well and work well with ffmpeg?
> I've been looking into ladspa filters, but would love any
> advice/suggestions. Thanks so much.

adeclick filter and lv2 filter (with deesser from calf).
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