Start with the Bands control set to 1024, but adjust this parameter to your program material.
Set the Surrounding Region Length and Before/After Weighting controls to capture just the word surrounding the RF hit so that the replace algorithm synthesizes sound based solely on this.
Click Compare and audition the results. Make adjustments as necessary
Once you've arrived at your desired result, click Process to complete the repair.
Alternate takes. Before committing time to make fixes, listen to alternative takes, other actor’s lavs, or the boom mic to see if you have usable audio from another source.
Fix it at the mic. Make sure that the sound recordist is attentively monitoring the recordings on-set to ensure RF issues are mitigated ASAP and not left to post-production.
Partials & Noise. Spectral Repair also includes a Partials & Noise mode, an advanced version of the Replace mode which can restore harmonic content more precisely by adjusting the Harmonic Content Sensitivity control to the program material. Lower values will detect fewer harmonics, while higher values will detect more harmonics and can introduce some unnatural pitch modulations in the interpolated result.
Multi-Resolution (ADV). The Multi-Resolution check box inside the Replace & Attenuate tabs gives the algorithm more information to synthesize from. The Multi-Resolution mode enables better frequency resolution for interpolation of low-frequency content and better time resolution for interpolation of high-frequency content. Sometimes turning Multi-Resolution on or off can also yield better results, but it depends entirely on the program material.