Sometimes, film and video recordings might have background noise or unwanted artifacts.
“Noise Reduction” is a common term used in various fields such as audio engineering, signal processing, and image processing. It refers to the process of reducing or removing unwanted noise from a signal or image, resulting in a clearer and more accurate representation.
There are various techniques and algorithms used for noise reduction, including filtering, averaging, and wavelet denoising. Audio editors use specialized tools to reduce or eliminate these noises without compromising the overall audio quality.« Back to Glossary Index