Wind noise (microphone)
Evaluation segments for Wind noise (microphone)
The noise produced when a strong air current passes over a microphone, causing large amplitude local turbulence, normally recorded as mechanical clipping as the microphone element exceeds its limits of linearity.
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We estimate this class has high quality
In a random sample of videos for this class, we found 8 / 10 (80%) were accurate. Note that quality in the unbalanced training set may be significantly lower.
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