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Re: Video editing compensation for hearing problems

by ExReg (Priest)
on Jun 30, 2016 at 22:31 UTC ( #1166958=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Video editing compensation for hearing problems

I think you will make speech less easy to understand if you allow only frequencies of 85hz to 255hz to pass. Those are the frequencies listed on, but those are the fundamental frequencies and are best for vowels. Most consonants need higher frequencies than those to really understand what is being said. Using that range will give a sound that is like mumbling. I don't hear as well as I used to, and it is definitely the higher ones that I need.

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Re^2: Video editing compensation for hearing problems
by palkia (Monk) on Jul 03, 2016 at 17:02 UTC
    Thank you ExReg.
    I guess I have a little more than just the math to learn for this problem.
    I'll educate myself a little better before proceeding to the development phase. ^^
    Thx again :)

      Good luck! I hope you are able to find a workable solution. Try playing with something like Audacity and see what filters might work before putting too much effort into coding. I have had to learn it recently to do some "post production" work and have written code for audio spectral analysis in the past. A lot can be done, but it will probably come via trial and error.

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