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Forking this audio discussion out of the topic 100 clip multi screen method... Manifesting as a kind of burbling or flutter in the hiss of ambient noise captured from wind in trees (I presume), the distortion was introduced in the export from VP. I have now checked more closely using just the one video clip (a long shot of a flag waving in the breeze). The VP Preview sounds the same as the original MP4 file - the hiss or wind noise is smooth across the spectrum. Exported to MP4 and it is degraded by the H264 and H265 video codecs, whether the audio bit rate is 128 or 192kbps. In MP4,
We dictate with some Android app and create WAV files that we send to our secretary by Email. The sound quality is good, means, the dictation is clear. Depending on where the dictation was recorded, there is some background noise, but nothing drastic. However, having imported the WAV file, the quality reduces drastically. There are audio artifacts and background noise that is so much amplified, that the dictation can hardly be understood. Any idea what can be done? Guess that is a compression or CODEC issue but where can I change which setting, so that this reduction of quality can be avoid