How to Remove Breathing From Video [3 Easy Ways]

Wanna eliminate or remove unwanted breathing to enhance the quality of your videos? This post tells you how to remove breathing from video in 3 easy ways.

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Sasha

Updated on Feb 27, 2024

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Hey All, I took some Easter videos of my kid during his egg hunt with my phone. I just watched them today and realized you could hear me breathe through my nose the entire 2 videos. I guess I was holding the phone too close to my face. I'd really like to edit out the breathing but I know almost nothing video editing. Is something like this even possible for a newbie? If so, how should I proceed?

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In today's digital age, videos have become an integral part of our lives. Unwanted elements, such as breathing sounds sometimes may diminish the video's overall quality. If you're wondering how to remove breathing from video, you've come to the right place. In this guide, we will explore 3 ways to effectively eliminate breathing sounds from your videos.

Before diving into the content below, we have included a table that showcases the test data we utilized in the selection of these three software solutions.

Methods Effectiveness Difficulty
EaseUS Online Vocal Remover Remove breathing noise without quality loss Super easy
Adobe Audition Offer precise breathing removal and allow targetting specific frequencies Relatively complex
Premiere Pro Provide powerful audio editing capability Relatively complex

Method 1. Use EaseUS Online Vocal Remover

EaseUS Online Vocal Remover, also an AI vocal remover for PC, allows users to remove vocals or breathing from songs, recordings, or videos in MP3, M4A, and AIFF formats. Once the file is uploaded, the tool will start processing in a quick time. It comes with free usage, and you can download the vocals and instruments independently for your karaoke and acapella versions.

Start your breathing noise removal by trying the EaseUS Online Vocal Remover.

How to professionally remove breathing from a video using EaseUS Online Vocal Remover? To find the answer, please follow the steps below.

Step 1. Visit the EaseUS website and go to its "Vocal Remover" sidebar.

go to vocal remover

Step 2. Click "Choose File" or drop the audio/video file in the area and wait for the AI analysis.

input file to vocal remover

Step 3. Download the vocal/instrumental track to finish removing.

download vocal instrumental track

Method 2. Use Adobe Audition

Adobe Audition is a professional workstation for audio editors and musicians. Adobe Audition vocal remover allows you to remove any vocals from media content in various file formats. That means it enables users to remove music from TikTok videos, Spotify songs, or YouTube videos. Furthermore, it also provides powerful features such as audio restoration, noise reduction, and audio recording.

To be able to use it freely is not easy, but by following the steps below, you can successfully remove breathing sounds without compromising audio quality.

Step 1. Import and Capture Noise Print

Launch Adobe Audition and import the video clip that contains the breathing noise. And then locate the "Effects" button in the top-left corner. From the dropdown menu, select "Noise Reduction/Restoration" and click on "Capture Noise Print".

adobe audition capture breath noise

Step 2. Apply Noise Reduction

Go back to "Effects" and repeat Step 2. Then, click on "Apply" to apply the effect.

adobe audition apply noise reduction

If you find that the effect doesn't meet your requirements during the preview, you can repeat the above steps until there are no breathing sounds in the video.

📺Watch the breathing removal video below if you need a video tutorial.

  • 0:15 Intro
  • 0:16 Start Remove Breathing Sound
  • 3:37 Outro

Method 3. Use Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a professional vocal remover app developed by Adobe Systems. It is widely used in the film, television, and online video production industries. With its video editing features, users can reduce or remove unwanted noise from audio. Its DeNoise and EQ and filter are here to help users.

To remove breathing noise in a video using Adobe Premiere Pro, you can follow these steps:

Step 1. Select your audio track.

premiere pro select track

Step 2. Navigate to "Effects" -> "Audio Effects"-> "Noise Reduction/Restoration" -> "DeNoise".

premiere pro denoise

Step 3. Drag the "DeNoise effect" onto your audio track in a timeline

premiere pro drag denoise timeline

Step 4. Open Effect Controls and click on "Edit" next to Custom Setup.

premiere pro edit

Step 5. Adjust the "Amount" to 40% to reduce somewhat average breath sounds.

premiere pro adjust amount

To Sum up

All three methods mentioned above can effectively remove breathing sounds from videos while preserving video quality. However, due to the relatively complex operation steps of Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro, we recommend using EaseUS Online Vocal Remover for a more user-friendly experience.

Give EaseUS Online Vocal Remover a try to remove breathing sounds from your videos effortlessly.

FAQs About How to Remove Breathing From Video

1. How do I remove breathing from the audio recording?

If you want to remove breathing from an audio recording, you have three options: EaseUS Online Vocal Remover, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Audition. For detailed instructions, please refer to the article's content.

2. How to avoid breathing sounds when recording Reddit?

When recording audio, it's essential to use a quality microphone and position it correctly. And incorporating a pop filter and practicing breath control can help prevent breathing sounds from being captured. These valuable tips will help you avoid breathing.

3. How do I get rid of breathing in Garageband?

When working with GarageBand, you can utilize the "Noise Reduction" effect or the "Noise Gate" effect to eliminate breathing sounds. For step-by-step instructions, please refer to the How to Remove Breathing From Audio Garageband.

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