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Chirping Noise w/ videos recorded on iMovie on my aunt's macbook


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My aunt just bought a macbook today (Standard white) and upon recording videos on imovie, there is a continuous chirping sound that can be heard inthe background..

on a side note i made a post the other day about a metallic echo sound on my macbook pro on movies recorded in imovie...

does anyone have any ideas??
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