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Old 05-27-2020, 10:26 PM   #1
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I had sent out some old home movies (VHS) to be digitized and put on blu-ray discs. As can be expected the audio is terrible. low voices, ton of noise etc. I'm looking for easy to use software that will allow me to upload the blu-ray to my PC and make some adjustments to the audio and burn a new blu-ray.



Something simple where I wont have to separate out the audio or anything.





Thanks
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Old 05-29-2020, 03:24 AM   #2
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I had sent out some old home movies (VHS) to be digitized and put on blu-ray discs. As can be expected the audio is terrible. low voices, ton of noise etc. I'm looking for easy to use software that will allow me to upload the blu-ray to my PC and make some adjustments to the audio and burn a new blu-ray.



Something simple where I wont have to separate out the audio or anything.





Thanks
Audacity is a great software editor and it's free but I have no idea if it's capable of doing what you want. It might be a good idea to do a google search for a blu-ray authoring forum. They'd probably be able to help you out with any questions you have.
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