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...
In general CH is listening for loud, clear phonetic sounds. So in Audition, I always do two things for lip sync stuff - 1) Capture Noise Print / Noise Reduction to get rid of background noise, and 2) hard limit to -0.1db. For me, that has worked really well.
Better lip sync editing tools are on the way too, You're not lazy (well, at least not here) - the UI is cumbersome and a bandaid instead of a dedicated solution right now.
Thank you for the speedy and helpful reply!