Replay - Sudden Audio Attenuation Issues
While working in Replay (Update 2 1412 1015), I have experienced an overall audio dB decrease issue that was captured/recorded at an optimal level using Record Screen > Rec. Playback (IDT Input) on the Mic settings.
Playback was perfectly fine for a while and then poof...the audio on all clips lowered to a whisper while I was working on crossfading multiple screen recordings in channel A only in the timeline.
To troubleshoot: The visual display of the audio peaks and valleys are all visually the same. I've checked everything related to audio on both my system and the program. I went into each clip and even tried manually adjusting the Audio Volume for each screen recording & re-rendered with no results. I checked the Replay volume slider in my Win 7 Control panel and it was maxed out. Other system sounds are loud and the Replay file was perfectly fine until I reached some magic number where it took the liberty of reducing everything in my file to a whisper.
As a last resort I uninstalled and re-installed the program, clearing out the registry files using the instructions posted about "Replay experiencing unexepected and erratic behaviors." Nothing has worked.
What could explain the program suddenly applying attenuation to the overall file that is made up of several screen recordings? Is there a way to remedy this without recreating the clips and having it possibly happen again? Can you separate the audio files out from the screen recordings, apply a dB increase and re-insert them into the B channel?