I make kayak fishing videos using a GoPro and edit all of my video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. I am very new to the program but am finding the learning curve not too terrible since I'm familiar with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.
I usually cut out the sound and play music in the background, but for my newest video I want to have an intro "narration" where I'm talking into the camera. I did it out on the lake and while I'm audible, it was very windy, and it's not very pleasant to listen to. Is there a way to reduce some of that in Premiere? I'm trying to avoid buying and learning a new piece of software to edit the sound. I don't need it eliminated, just an improvement would be nice.
If it is possible, please explain it as slowly as possible and in lamen's terms. Like I said, it's all real new to me.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Removing wind noise is nearly impossible.
Certainly not in Premiere, you could have a go in Audition.
Great AdobeTV episode. I have added its link to my article on Noise Reduction/Removal.