Audio Normalization Values for Video Recording in PTBooth A1 PLUS
When PTBooth A1 PLUS is in video recording mode, there is a wide range of settings available to ensure the highest quality of video recording.
The video consists of both Video and Audio. With PTBooth A1 PLUS you will have the ability to control and adjust the critical settings for both of the video and audio components.
The Video settings include: Camera source, Video resolution, Video compressors, Video format and Video camera controls (brightness, contrast, zoom etc.)
The Audio settings include: Microphone source, Microphone recording levels, Audio compressors, Audio meters and Audio Normalization
In this tutorial we will show you how to set up the Audio Normalization values for Peak normalization and Gain if your Audio is distorted
Audio Normalization allows you to control your incoming audio signal to prevent audio distortion.
PLEASE NOTE: If you want your video to have a clear sound it CRITICAL to Perform Video Recording Test. Watch your test video and listen closely for any audio distortion.
If there is no audio distortion you will not need to adjust any Audio Normalization settings. Simply use the default Audio Normalization values.
- SET VIDEO RECORDING SETTINGS - Read how
- SET AUDIO RECORDING SETTINGS - Read how
- PERFORM VIDEO RECORDING TEST
- Check yout test video and see if Audio is not distorted
- If Audio Distortion is present use the Audio Graph tool to analyze the issue
- Adjusting Peak normalization
- Adjusting Gain