Just got this camera yesterday, have taken a few vidio clips and the sound sems pretty poor, like the mic is bad and you need to be screaming into it and it's still a lil 'muffled' is this kinda standard with this cam and is there anything I can do to make the sound quality better?
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I had a Goodmans G SHOT 3022 which I gave away to a charity shop but I am embarrassed to find I still have the CD so if you would like me to send this please leave your address and I will send it. It includes the manual, photo and video software, driver, Acrobat reader. Please let me know.
DSC-S930 does record sound and you can hear video clip sound by playback of Media Player in Computer. This camera does not have inbuilt speaker for playback sound but it have inbuilt mic to record sound, transfer recorded movie clip in computer and play it with media player to get sound and picture. Hope this info will help you.
Hi there, Have you gone into the menu part that states turn mic on or off, to see if it is turned on? If it is on, then you may have poor connections inside or audio electronic problems. This may need a technician to give you an accurate estimate.
This may sound silly,but did you have your finger over the mic on the camera? Its just underneath the lens at the front. I have generally found that the sound on movies taken with this camera is poor, you need the sound source to be quite close to the camera for clear sound.
On most digital cameras of this variety (but not all), the video recording is more of an add-on feature and not its main function. The video clip is actually a series of still pictures taken continuously to give semblance of video. For this reason the video clips is a couple of seconds at most. In the same token, there is no feature for audio recording (no mic, no electronics) hence the playback is absent of sound.
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Your digital camera is not a professional recording device.
A live gig, especially indoors, or if you're close to the stage, means very high decibels, and you need something more serious if you really want to hear it later.
You should get a recording device that can tune to different sensitivities. My old mini disc was great for this before it died.
You also need a decent mic.
Better luck next time! who was performing btw?