Video recording software with high quality audio

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  1. muzzadj

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    Anyone know of any? 320kbps would be great. The one on my mates mac is fairly decent, but would like to get something better without having to record seperately and merge the audio and video.

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    serato do a video software i believe
     
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    I normally use Snagit, but the thing doesn't recognize my audio interface. So I have to record the audio inside my DAW and then edit the video.
     
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    what good ones can be used for macbooks? record with photobooth then what is everyone using to edit?
     
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    imovie to edit boss
     
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    Adobe Premier is the best one I've used, but it's a bit pricey.
     
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    For video mixes I usually use windows movie maker. So simple and just hit "best quality for playback on my computer" and it will save at highest quality it can. Usually pretty decent.