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audio TOO HOT and over saturated

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by coax, Mar 19, 2003.

  1. coax

    coax Member

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    My Audio on playback is distorted and sounds "overdriven" on play back. Is there any way to control the audio level in the recording proscess to bring it down a few db.
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  2. Twilite

    Twilite Regular member

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    What software do you use.
     
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    Yes there is but it depends. But once you've got it "saturated" like that, there is no way to reverse it. You'd have to re-encode the audio, and then merge it with ur current video, and pray that it will not get outta sync...
    Or you could just re-encode the whole thing.
     
  4. jnihil

    jnihil Moderator Staff Member

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    There are some DirectX plugings which fixes audio streams which are 'clipped'. They soften the buzzing/distortion after restoration. Worth checking out. (sorry, can't remember who make the sw)

    Rgds,
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