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When capturing a video, should the volume on the computer speakers be turned low? If so, how low?
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The speakers have no effect (or affect) on the audio capture itself. What the speakers do is let you listen to the audio. So I would turn them up just a bit louder than normal, to hear the audio clearly AND to hear what hiss/noise may be on the tape.

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