Audio Issues using a condenser shotgun mic
Recently, we were working on a video project which was inserted into Adobe Storyline. The audio was recorded using a VidPro XM-55 condenser shotgun microphone which was plugged directly into the video camera. The resulting audio sounded great on the final video. However, when we imported the video into Storyline, the audio was completely distorted. We had to go to our backup video which we had recorded using a lavier mic.
I am attempting another embedded video project, and would love to use my shotgun mic to record the audio. However, I didn't want to run into the same issues as before, so I've been trying to test out the shotgun mic.
Test #1 - Recorded audio using Adobe Audition, then imported into Storyline. Result -- distorted audio.
Test #2 - Recorded audio directly into Adobe Storyline. Result -- distorted audio.
Does anyone have any experience with this, or know how I can resolve the issue?