tangculiji 0 Posted May 6, 2011 Share Posted May 6, 2011 I'm using Evernote 2.1.0 on a MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard. I've just started using the audio notes to record seminars and lectures, which I'm hoping will make organization of class stuff much easier. However, though the resulting audio file sizes are tiny, the quality is not great; it's worse yet if your mic is not near whoever's speaking. I've currently got quite a bit of audio recorded in Evernote that's only marginally useful because it's (1) too quiet, and (2) too low quality--and I'm not that picky: I have a high tolerance for low quality, but seriously, it's mostly unusable. Because I cannot always move physically nearer to the audio source to solve the problem, would it be possible to have some settings in the Evernote preferences to adjust audio quality? Would be even better if, in addition to that, there were a volume adjustment built into Evernote itself--kind of like iTunes and VLC have their own volume settings that go louder than what the typical volume settings permit.Any chance of something like this being in the works? Link to comment
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