I'm fairly new to the video editing arena. Basically I fly flight simulators on my PC, record them using FRAPS and edit them with Sony Vegas Pro. I'm getting the hang of Vegas, and I know how to add effects and stuff, and I'm happy with my videos so far.
The problem that I have with a current video, is that it's filmed during a landing in the passenger cabin of an aircraft. Now because of a glitch in the simulator, the GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System) that the flight crew hear in the cockpit, is clearly audible in this video. In other words, there is a voice that says "500"........ "Approaching minimums"...... "300"........ "Minimums, minimums".... "100"..... "50"...."40"... "30"... "20"..... "10". Basically saying how far you are from the ground. Now obviously this would be fine if I was recording from the cockpit, but in real life the passengers don't hear this.
I was wondering how to get rid of it. I've got engine noise in the background, is there some way that I can take a piece of engine noise (ie. just before the GPWS voice comes in) and place it OVER that voice?
Any help is much appreciated