audio is tinny after producing with PPT add-in

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I am using Camtasia Studio to match a mp3 audio to powerpoint slide show. The mp3 sounds good in Camtasia but once the ppt is imported into Camtasia it sounds tinny. This doesn't happen every time so I can't figure out why it is happening.
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Glenn Hoeppner, Employee

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Hi Randle,

This sounds like a good problem to throw at our Technical Support. They can take a look at one of your camproj files with bad audio and possibly see what's going on.

You can open a ticket by clicking the "Ask a Question" tab at If you've never opened a ticket before, you'll have to make a new account, but they are generally able to respond within one business day.

If you manage to get it figured out, please share the result here so others can benefit from your experience.

Sorry for the trouble,
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I've used Camtasia for years to record Powerpoint lectures.  Today I recorded 2, one right after the other....same settings etc.  The first one was perfect, but when I started to edit the second one, it sounded like my voice was far away in a tin can.  Is there a way to fix this while editing, or do I have to re-record the whole thing and hope for a better outcome?  I never had this happen before. I'm using Camtasia 8

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Anna Ubina

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Did this problem ever get answered? We are having the same issue, when we create a PPT with audio and import it in to Camtasia we get the tinny sound.

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