When I process a camera video with Studio, I loose the audio content of the original video.
(*.mp4 camera file types, processed to remove fisheye, and converted to *.mp4 files.)
Is this normal? Is there a way to keep the audio content?
The speaker is enabled. The imported mp4 file will play it's sound if I use Studio's play button.
It does convert, and remove the fisheye from original video. I can output to a mp4 file with no problem.
The *.mov file that is created during conversion does play sound ok, if I play it outside of Studio.
It will not play sound if played within Studio.
The fisheye corrected file that is exported & saved as a *.mp4 file, does not play sound.
It seems like removing fisheye, and saving that edited file, removes the video's sound track.
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