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I have a similar issue and found that a sudo killall coreaudiod via Terminal fixes the issue. From what I understand this resets the audio. My issue is exclusively with a Google Meet in Safari. A Meet in Chrome doesn't have the issue. Everyone's voice that I hear is garbled. They can hear me fine. Maybe about 25% of the time if I switch audio sources and ...


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Not sure what the issue was, but a restart solved the problem: the output devices in the sound menu now match those in System Preferences.


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There is no driver for a mic or headphone connected to a 3.5" audio jack. The device driver is for the audio system that the jack is connected to, not the jack itself. This applies to all computers and operating systems, not just Macs As you can see from the device tree image you posted, the microphone is recognized as an input device and is ...


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First, make sure you have a stereo project (timeline), unless you are dealing with 5.1 (surround) files: Select the clip, and at the property inspector set it to dual mono: Now both tracks will play at both channels. By doing that you will also enable breaking apart clip itens (command+shift+G): Tracks are now independent from the video. You can manually ...


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No. This is the prescribed behavior as you've already noticed. I am fine with automatic switching of audio output device, but audio input... How is the OS supposed to differentiate the difference between the one (device) you're OK with and the one you're not? The way macOS sees this is that you've plugged in two distinct audio devices - input and output. ...


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This happened maybe because your computer/CPU was not powerful enough for the large .mov file. If the .mov file was encoded in H265/HEVC, your computer should be more powerful to process this highly-compressed video. As for the solution, you can try to transcode your MOV video, or compress it to a smaller video. And in the future, if you need to record a ...


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