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I recorded video footage on a canon camera with the audio rate set at 16 bit. When I tried to render the footage back to my pc on my Panasonic pv gs83 at a 12 bit rate it sounds choppy. Any way to fix this?

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Make sure you have no programs running in the background when your rendering. Make sure your hard drive is defragged. That makes a big difference.

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