Mikefishcake told me that this is a good place to get some decent constructive critisism on my videos, and so here I am. I've only been making videos seriously for just over a year, so please don't be too harsh. At the same time, I want to improve, so if you have any suggestions, go right ahead. Well here goes:
Myself and a friend have made a series of short comedy videos, there's going to be four in the series eventually, but we've only filmed the first three so far.
I downloaded the first two parts and sat down in eager anticipation. Unfortunately the sound quality was just too poor for me, and the brutal truth is that I switched off after a few minutes in frustration.
I'll take a look at the compression you used and get back to you...
Video: for some reason this appears to be 29.97 fps - I take it you were using a pal camcorder, so this should bet set to 25fps. You could probably also crank up the bitrate a bit especially if you...
...encode your audio. At the moment its PCM, so no real compression but what you have done is set it to mono and giving it a really low frequency. Hence all the crackling going on. I'd suggest using mp3.
Right, I changed the frame rate to 25 and lo and behold, the audio went out of sync. However, I did compress the sound using MP3 and that seems to have made quite a difference, I'll let you know when they're uploaded.