Clarity VX Pro Vs. Izotope RXPosted by Kevin Carlson on August 12, 2022 at 1:28 am
Any opinions out there on Clarity VX Pro for audio repair?
I’m an izotope RX4 advanced user–I think that was expensive, like $1200, but now this $250 plugin is looking pretty impressive.
Anyone have opinions that has used both?
January 16, 2024 at 1:46 am
If you don’t need all the extras that Izotope RX offers and an easy to use reasonably priced plugin that works in real time on your dialogue then i also have been using Clarity VX on a handful of projects and I’ll be honest that I’m impressed with it’s capabilities of keeping the dialogue real, and drastically reducing ambient noise.
January 16, 2024 at 2:49 am
Izotope has come a long way since RX4.
Although I have in the past mainly used the RX Elements (basic) plug-in, last year I purchased Izotope everything and have not looked back.
Recently got a few videos that needed repair. Even from within PPro, Izotope gave some impressive results.
They are still running frequent promotions + if you haven’t already done it: Log in to your Izotope account, under your account they will give you the option of looking at loyalty offers for existing users.
January 16, 2024 at 4:12 pm
Hey Usama, thanks for the reply. Have you used both, and been able to compare the results personally?
January 16, 2024 at 4:16 pm
Haha, yes Mads, I know it has come a long way since RX4. RX4 Advanced has been a good solution for my post video work.
Do you have experience using Clarity VX Pro?
January 16, 2024 at 4:32 pm
No, I have not used Clarity Vx Pro.
But should add that some of the audio noise reduction tools coming up from the Adobe prosumer products, might make 3rd party noise reduction redundant…
…such as what can be found at:
Izotope in turn is responding with new tools like dialogue match, which on bigger long-term projects is really helpful: