Export Audio Issue (Jumbled Segments)

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Not sure how else to describe this, but I edit a podcast in Camtasia. However, with Camtasia 9, when I export the file either in .m4a or .wav - and even when I play it back in the timeline - sometimes the audio gets jumbled and you hear certain snippets of segments in the wrong parts. This is especially prevalent in the exported file and causes me to have to export multiple times until I get a file that doesn't suffer from this.

I'm including a link to a video file (that's just audio) that should give an example of what I'm talking about. If anyone knows how to remedy this or if it's simply an issue with Camtasia, please let me know!

Thanks in advance!
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ftlepore

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Anyone? :(
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what file type is the bad audio?  it may not be compatible with Camtasia?

try using something like Audacity to convert it to a WAV then use that in Camtasia?

or, contact tech support
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Did you ever solve this? I'm having the same issue.
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I did, actually! Trying to edit MP3's directly was the problem. Once I switched to recording the files in .m4a instead I never had a problem. I think .mp3 just isn't a high enough quality.

Conclusion: record and edit in .m4a instead of .mp3. Hope this helps!