Ambient Noise

Starry

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Sometimes it can't be prevented to have a noisy background when filming something so it can end up as an inconvenience. When people are in a rush they may choose to edit out the ambient noise rather than wait for it to go away while recording. How much noise is tolerable for you during filming? In what situations would you opt to edit the sound rather than wait for the perfect timing?
 

Portrait

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Any videographer will tell you that they detest even the slightest noise, even though this is unavoidable at times. I think that when in a rush, you can opt to edit it out later.
 

Mandy

Well-known member
It could depend on the filmmaker's available tools as to whether it can manage to cancel out the noise. When there's a lot of scenes to take, it would be a waste to wait for the noise to tone down.
 

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