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This thing recorded video without audio.

I recorded four important videos today. Only one of them recorded with audio; the others have video without audio. I recorded them on my SD card and uploaded the files to my computer; they have no audio. Raising the dB and pan levels completely produces a high-pitched noise.

I doubt it, but is there anyway the audio of these files can be restored?

Please, I seriously need this audio.

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No, sorry. This camera has a small glitch where it occasionally records video without sound, especially if it has been on for a while. In order to fix this, you can simply turn the camera off and on when it is recording without sound.

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