audio issue around 1 minute

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I have the exact same issue as this guy. I've tried different formats (mp3, wav, mp4...), and different audios but nothing changes.


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Per kayakman's response to markheid74 of 1 year ago, it will help if you upload an example as well as posting a screen capture of the project in the editor, with the play head located where the blip occurs and the timeline zoomed in to that point.

Otherwise, the nature and duration and other details of an audio "blip" cannot be explored -- and without a diagnosis it's not possible to provide a remedy.

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Here's an example: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18_mKia1FHPyxfb_7hVp4VG0miqF6NrM6/view

You can slightly hear the blip at 1 minute. For a 1 hour video, there are like 60 "blip", kind of annoying for music videos... 

Here's the original video: https://youtu.be/hxJ7Rq8V_fA?t=56

When I listen to the music while making the video, there is no audio issue. Only on (all) the render file.
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so?
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Can you export the audio from the timeline as a WAV file without a blip?

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I just recorded from the original video using Roxio to get the audio.  Opened in Camtasia v8.6 and placed on timeline.  No issues -- and I can't reproduce your audio blip.
Maybe it is an issue with your recording.
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Camtasia 8 works perfectly but it's not suitable with my computer size (3240x2160). The issue is only on camtasia 9 on the render file.
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Why would 8.6 not work on your computer?  I have a screen >1980px and it works fine.
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Did you edit the audio?  Artifacts can arise during transcoding or in applying FX (e.g. slightly speeding up or slowing down).  If you edited the video, remember that you're no longer able to have the granularity of audio editing, as video deals in increments of frames.

If you want to reproduce my results, be sure that you record with a 44.1 kHz data rate (not 48, which Camtasia doesn't handle well).  Also, you can get away with 16-bit depth.
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I've switched to a new video editor. Thank you for the help though
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snakexshadows
I'm going to keep a long story short.

Download this audio file.
Try it.
See it it clears up the issue   https://www.mediafire.com/file/0s1794p80m1g34n/Pokemon_Ultra_Sun_and_Pokemon_Ultra_Moon_-_Battle_%28...

Regards,Joe