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Distorted audio - static


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Ever since getting a new camera whenever I import the MP4 into videowave, the audio is pretty much nothing but loud static.  I make a new production (top choice), and drag and drop the MP4 on it, and static is the result. I tried extracting the audio in Goldwave, saving as a WAV file, and adding it on the internal track or audio track and I still hear the same static (the original sound is nowhere to be heard). I don't know what else to do. The video shows the following properties:
 

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I didn't get it when I made my own video from scratch (and added audio from a WAV). I also didn't get it from this same video AFTER running it through Handbrake and doing the audio as AAC 512 bitrate. BUT, the original unaltered MP4 works fine when I import it into MYDVD. I usually add chapter marks, menu audio etc. but it sounds fine even importing in and going to the add chapter menu. It just messes up on VideoWave (out of the ones I have tried) There were no issues with audio from my old Panasonic consumer recorder. I would have to bring the multiple .MTS files into Videowave and merge into an MP4. It also did fine with audio then.

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Sorry, I misread the time🤨

Yes, a short clip with the same camera would be fine. You should of course test to see if you get the distortion before uploading.

 

The properties you list, are they of the unaltered mp4 or of the rendered video (via Videowave)

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