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Hi, I've been having a lot of issues recently with the way sound is recording. Throughout the video, there are a lot of "stutters" where I say something and the sound gets repeated multiple times in half a second. I've tried replacing the disks I use and the same thing happens. It doesn't matter if the video is short or long, it happens many times for each length of video. I have not taken my camera outside in a very long time and maintain it well, so I don't believe I damaged it in anyway. Is there a way to fix this audio glitching without getting a new camera? Thanks, Dennis

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This often happens when you have more than one microphone source? or sometimes Noise Cancelling if used, can cause this too... Is that the case here? try disabling the Internal Mic, and try an External Mic, see if that alleviates the problem? Also perhaps set the record level down somewhat, maybe it's being "Overdriven" slightly?
I do not think it has anything to do with the media at all.

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