Can anyone explain why when you convert video to flash, the output volume seems to depend on the audio compression settings? Namely, the higher the bitrate, the higher the volume of the video.
Is there a separate setting where you can boost the volume.
I have been choosing lower audio birates because the video contains mostly talking and I'm trying to keep the file size as low as possible. But I do need some volume too.
Any suggestions? Am I doing something wrong? Would it make a difference using Sorenson Squeeze or some other conversion software?
Possibly relevant details:
Source Video: avi file exported from Sony Vegas Video cut and ripped originally from a dvd dub.
Program: Adobe Flash CS3 Pro