Batch Procxessing

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dad5019
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Batch Procxessing

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I want to batch process a group of files with a specific noise reduction effect that uses a Clipboard Reduction Envelope and a 40% Scale. These are specific selections in the Noise Reduction Effect window. Is this possible? It seems that with batch processing one has to choose one of the given Noise Reduction Effects.

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Tristan
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Re: Batch Procxessing

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Have you tried making an NR preset? Label it 'My NR', or something, save it, then test to see whether batch processing recognizes it or not.
I don't want to read the manual either, but it isn't my problem, is it?
dad5019
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Re: Batch Procxessing

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Tristan wrote:Have you tried making an NR preset? Label it 'My NR', or something, save it, then test to see whether batch processing recognizes it or not.
Thanks, I give it a try. I didn't know about NR preset.
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Re: Batch Procxessing

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About the closest you can maybe get is paste your clipboard segment to a new file, load the NR effect; click use shape; and scroll through the spectrum to find the "loudest" segment and then create a shape envelope to save as a preset.

There's no current way I can find to create a reduction envelope from a given sample.
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Re: Batch Procxessing

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DewDude420 wrote:About the closest you can maybe get is paste your clipboard segment to a new file, load the NR effect; click use shape; and scroll through the spectrum to find the "loudest" segment and then create a shape envelope to save as a preset.

There's no current way I can find to create a reduction envelope from a given sample.


Thanks. Another great idea. Saving the clipboard segment to another file.
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Re: Batch Procxessing

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Post back if you discover anything.
I don't want to read the manual either, but it isn't my problem, is it?
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