Question about Canon DM-XM2 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
What is the difference betwwen 16 bit analog input signal and 12 bit analog input seginal ?
In audio 12 bit selection, you can add audio (audio dub) without deleting or damaging original sound track. Like narrating some introduction in your voice and keeping background / original sound as well. 4 bit difference is used to add additional sound in same sound file without deleting previous audio data.
16 bit audio selection will not give you this option and audio-dub option will be disabled. If you want to add more audio, you have to over write complete sound track in movie file.
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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