05-15-2012 11:55 AM
I have a QuickCam 9000 and have never had any issues with it, until now.
I am trying to record myself playing the piano and have found that when I get a little loud, the sound gets recorded with a scratchy sound sort of like static. I believe the problem is in the recording process because when I play the sound back through a couple of different options, the static is always there.
I am wondering if there is any adjustment I can make to my settings that might help overcome this or do I need to purchase a better webcam ?
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05-23-2012 05:00 AM
KachiWachi - Webcam Forum Guru (2002), Logi Legend (2007), Distinguished Logi Legend (2010), QuickCam® Team Forums (2007)
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