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Antonio1975 [Avatar]
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If in the settings I put 5.1 channels, already from the playback in the timeline the audio quality is horrible with many cracks.
It seems absurd to me that having video clips recorded in MTS in 5.1 channels, it is not possible to edit videos in MP4 AAC5.1. Cracks disappear when edited in stereo and exported to stereo.

Absurd.

I have tried everything.
But am I the only one who has this problem?
Should I buy a sound card? If I buy a sound card, do I fix it?
Do you have any advice?

Thanks, Antonio.
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Antonio1975 [Avatar]
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Quote If in the settings I put 5.1 channels, already from the playback in the timeline the audio quality is horrible with many cracks.
It seems absurd to me that having video clips recorded in MTS in 5.1 channels, it is not possible to edit videos in MP4 AAC5.1. Cracks disappear when edited in stereo and exported to stereo.

Absurd.

I have tried everything.
But am I the only one who has this problem?
Should I buy a sound card? If I buy a sound card, do I fix it?
Do you have any advice?

Thanks, Antonio.



I "solved it" by converting the music downloaded from shutterstock from .WAV to .AAC!
Why?
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optodata
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Which specific clip did you have trouble with?
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Antonio1975 [Avatar]
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Quote Which specific clip did you have trouble with?


I use Sony camera clips in .MTS format, 1920x1080 50p, 25kbps, 6-channel audio 448kbps 40kHz;
and clips from Gopro Hero 4 in .MP4 format, 1920x1080 50p, 29kbps, audio 2 channels stereo 123kbps 48kHz;
WAV 48kHz stereo audio file that gave me cracks in playback that I had to convert to AAC 48kHz 384Kbps and solved for now.

Thanks anyway,
Antonio

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