Hi, Il tel you how im set-up then what the problem is.
I filmed this Wedding for a friend on my Canon XM-1, and there was another guy filming at the wedding with a home standard camera (Sony i think), and I basicly had to put both videos together, on APP v7.0, as my camera was the best I stuck with the sound on my camera which was much better and didnt want to keep changing because you can notice it really bad.
Export > Movie
-File type: Microsoft DV AVI
-Range: Entire Sequence
-Export video and Audio
-Embedded options: none
-Compressor: DV (Pal)
-Colour Depth: Millions of Colours
Frame Size: 720 x 576
-Pixel aspect Ration: D1 / DV PAL (1.067)
-Recompress: Main Data Rate
Keyframe and Rendering
-Fields: Lower Field First
-Sample Rate: 48000Hz
-Sample Type: 16-bit
-Interleave: 1 Second (was on 1 frame but tried 1/2 second and now 1 second to see the difference but doesnt change much)
Been editing the video for a while today i managed to finish it (well kinda) and tried exporting it and I get this fuzzy sound sometimes (i think its when it gets loud), and cant think of anything that may get rid of it, specially because it plays fine on the timeline, im just trying now to make the DVD to see if its still there because I have no idea.
I have put a few sound effects on some of the clips, for example "The Dance" because it was so loud and a bit distorted,but didnt apply it to all the clips, i was thinking of nesting the sequence and try and make everything a bit quiter but I dont even know if its too quite already or too loud, Im not new to editing, but i am new to APP v7.0, ive learned alot about it but theres loads of things i dont understand, sound just happens to be one of them, maybe someone can help me because the friend who's waiting wants to show their wedding to her grandparents who werent well so couldnt make it to the wedding, obviously that makes me feel extra bad and wanting to finish it as quickly as possible.
If any more info needed just ask, I check this site pretty frequently (learn alot too lol)
Thanks Guys (sorry for the essay)