I moved from RX Elements to Standard because the deal on offer was too good to miss (it was offered to me as a long term loyal customer after I'd owned Elements for, ooh, at least three weeks). It is better, of course, but I wouldn't have lost sleep waiting for it as Elements is surprisingly capable if it's your first ever exposure to noise reduction software.
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Anything cheaper than iZotope's RX?
For everything after the recording stage: hardware/software and how you use it.
blinddrew wrote:...and I'm not shooting for broadcast quality! :)
There was a time when that phrase actually meant something... :beamup:
We now seem to have cinema-standard, just-good-enough, and portrait-smartphone as the three defining levels of video quality... :lol:
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Has anyone tried Hit'n'Mix Infinity yet? That's only £299/$349 but offers a lot of audio clean-up functionality using it's Note Editor and is significantly less than iZotope RX 8 Advanced
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