Quick Tips: Get better sound with GOM Video
Quick Tips: Get better sound with GOM Video Transcript
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>> Hey, I'm Molly Wood from CNET.com and here's a quick tip for optimizing sound quality with the Go Media player. The player's control panel is where you can manually adjust the gain and decibel levels, but you can also save yourself some headache by using audio presets. Picking a genre for the video, you're watching, let's say a punk music video or a home video of your kids' piano recital, automatically adjusts the audio settings so that the track sounds its best. There, now my Karaoke version of Hit Me With Your Best Shot, will sound even better during practice. Hey, don't laugh, I am good. For CNET.com, I'm Molly Wood. ^M00:00:37 [ Music ]
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