I recorded a tune/video today with my generic computer webcam/mic. Ran it through my video editor (again, generic windows Video Editor app) just to trim it. Uploaded it to Youtube. It sounds OK on my computer, about what I expect for generic equipment. When I listen to it via Youtube in my web browser, the audio gets a kind of a ticking/clicking sound about every second or so. I also listened to it on myh phone and get the same issue. Anybody know what is going on or have any suggestions? I have good internet speed and this doesn't happen with other videos.
I checked the video quality recorded by the Camera app (windows 10). It shows 1080p 16:9 30fps. That is the highest quality available in the drop down list. Not sure about the 4k part and I don't know how to check for that.
I did try different playback settings on youtube to no avail.
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Could be it has to less to do with the video; just the audio component or file.
Clicks often come from xruns or dropouts... from slight out of sync from converting, resampling; audio codec or sample rates mismatches. Good place to start is from the video editing program. By opening it in that app, and then saving/exporting; it likely changed the original file format/sampling/codec. While converted format still works local machine to play; not for the content provider; which has to take it and convert it again for it's format in web browsers. Should see options/settings in video editing program, audio settings, and how to set exporting; especially the audio codec (ogg, flac) and find one that works better.
The issue is definitely with the Microsoft Video Recorder app and the options for that are extremely limited. I downloaded a different video editing app, recorded a new video and had no issues. Thanks for the replies.