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Howdy everyone, Soooo, I'm still working on that WWII movie and am pretty close to completing. however, I just hit a scene with some extreme closeups and I can hear the camera's motor/film sound pretty well. I seem to remember back in film school they used a blimp/barney to dampen the sound but I'm pretty sure they didn't use one on the shoot. I've created (more like hacked together) some Room Tone so I can cut in and out between dialog bits, but it feels clunky. Then I got thinking about it more and was wondering what the big post guys do when they want to remove the camera's mechanical sound? Short of ADR which I suspect the director would probably not be into because the performances are really good -- plus there's nothing really wrong with the sound other than the camera sound. I did try some BNR (iZotope's RX5) and that helped a little. I don't normally edit films shot on film so this is new to me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!