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suryaprihadi wrote:What I usually do for audio volume setting is to play a recorded music, a good one.
Say ur music is rich with bass, take any good rock song MP3 320kbps one and play it while setting the speaker volume of ur PC to decent good loudness.
There we have a baseline.
As for bassy music, avoid audio check with headphone, as many many headphone can not deliver proper good bass...and that is why sometimes it sounds OK but with decent speakers it may not.
Audio level meter in the editor can be used to show over-peaked audio but in your case, if you said your source is actually not like the over-bassy output, did you accidentally mess with audio effect like parametric equilizer or some sort ? The audio seems to be over boosted at the lower frequency only you see. For you uTube or vimeo I upload usually 28mbps constant bit rate and best rendering. Later they will reduce the quality, but if you upload a high quality one, you don't loose much.
Below video borrowed audio from MP3 download, 256kbps max.
Start at 2 minutes for Santana sound track
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOotgqM ... 0nrpa4LJ8A
It has lots of bass to but not the music as bassy as ur soundtrack. Audio check only.
The audio rendering is the standard offered by Vegas Pro 11, the editor I use, I did not change anything.
Have fun experimenting....
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