Audio "popping" sound during broadcast

Conversations around originating a webcast for conference, including cameras and mixers.
jhawkins75
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Postby jhawkins75 » Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:40 pm

That makes sense. I played around with the settings of the sound card on the Webcast Communicator and found that the sound card is really low quality, so I suspect that has a lot to do with the popping. I have done a little research on high pass audio filters and I wonder if the Church can make some type of passive in-line filter available that would eliminate that 8kHz range that seems to be at the root of the problem. Anyone know of a good supplier?

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Postby rstilmar » Wed Dec 28, 2011 6:56 pm

The version of the "Meeting House WebCast Communicator" we received came with a RealTek audio 'system'. There's some comments under (http://tech.lds.org/wiki/Answers_about_Meetinghouse_Webcast)
I hear a soft “clicking or popping” noise in the background of the webcast. How can I fix that?

and

If the "RealTek HD Sound Effect Manager" is not installed follow these steps before the steps ab

The high noise floor can be fixed by muting the mic input.
This gets rid of a lot of the hiss.

The ftp site has a readme file that states:
When experiencing a slight "popping" or "clicking" noise embedded in your audio, a roll-back to a prior Realtek Audio Driver may be required.

(ftp://ftp.iocorp.com/LDS_Church/CommunicatorAudio)

Following their tedious directions (in the readme file) fixed the problem for me.

You may need a monitor, usb keyboard, usb mouse, usb drive, Internect Connection and a way to unzip the file to do this.


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