Exporting clean audio, full of hiccups

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Has anyone else had issues with excessive hiccups from a clean audio VO when exported. The sound plays clean from the timeline, but when exporting also a second time produces the hickup at the very same spots.  And this is happening to almost all of my exported videos, 1-2 hiccups on almost every video 4/5
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Are these voice overs recorded in Camtasia or are you importing them?

If your importing them from another source. You should be saving them as .wav 44,100 hz at 16 bits. That's Camtasia's favorite format.

Regards,Joe
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I have received them from my client in mp3 format,  do you mean that Camtasia cannot handle mp3 properly?  
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Correct, primarily variable bit rate mp3's.  

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If you convert them to .wav. That should correct the problem. There are many ways to do that.Some use the free program Audacity.
I use Adobe Audition.
I'm sure there's on line converters.
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Thanks, I'll give it a try, although it seems awkward to save a compressed file into uncompressed format. I have Adobe Audition.