Audio quality is poor

Poor audio quality is normally caused by a problem with the file or bad encoding.

  1. Try re-encoding the audio or video, or using a different application to encode the video.
  2. If you're using high bitrate video (20Mbps or more), it's possible the flash card isn't fast enough to keep up. Try encoding at a lower bitrate.
  3. For MPEG-2 files, open your video using the Mpeg2VCR utility, and save it. Some videos have an uneven distribution of audio and video packets in the MPEG stream. This can cause audio drop outs, hiccups, or distortion. You can download a 30-day trial of Mpeg2VCR from Womble.
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