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Isight And Youtube Problem?

Feb 19, 2007
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20" Intel C2D iMac 2.16Ghz, 2GB Ram.

I've got a problem at the moment in where I can upload my video's to Youtube after creating them in iMovie but they don't appear to have any sound at all upon playing them back once uploaded although playing them in iMovie they have both video and sound. I emailed them about this and I received a reply suggesting I change some settings in the Audio MIDI setup folder to 44.0000Khz and this was already selected upon looking.

Any idea's as to where I should go next? I thought it might of been where they was being saved a AVI format as this is not always compatible with certain video players.


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