2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 24, 2017 11:20 PM by the_dovid

    Processing audio for best lip syncing results

    the_dovid Level 1

      I'm dealing with some audio that's not getting great lip-syncing results.  It's good, clean audio, but Ch still seems to be missing a lot.  I could go through and tweak in manually, but I'm lazy.

       

      I thought about processing the audio first in audition or premiere.  Even if it sounds weird to the naked ear, I can just swap it out with the normal version after I compute lip-sync.

       

      So, I'm wondering, what is Ch looking for?  What filter or effect can i apply (and with what settings) that might give Ch a head start?

       

      Answers from the Ch team are always appreciated, but perhaps there are some civilians here that understand audio a lot better than I do who can shed some light...