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how does one choose audio compressor from webcamera recording?

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#1 cafejose


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Posted 15 December 2010 - 02:29 AM

With a laptop computer which has built-in webcamera, there is an option for choosing which kind of audio compression. I would like to know how to make these choices, or how to decide which choices are good or not good. The user can make a video recording and catch audio along with the video recording. The choices from the settings are these:

  • No Compress
  • GSM 6.10
  • DV Audio NTSC
  • DV Audio PAL
  • CCITT A-law
  • CCITT u-law

So what do they all mean? What does each one do, and what does each one allow?

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