Topic: Sound Issues
I am part of a team working on a revision to a presentation that was developed two years ago using PPT (2000) and Presenter (not sure which version).
Since the original was produced, we have upgraded our computer systems and are now running Office 2007 along with the most current version of Presenter (with the latest upgrade that was released last week).
The new presentation looks a TON better since we were able to use the upgrade to Presenter that was just released, but now that we have fixed all the visual issues, apparently the sound is horrendous!
The company has a variety of Lenovo ThinkPad laptops in use and even though the sound is fine on my laptop with my headphones, it is not when played on other laptops using the built in speakers which is how 99% of our audience will be viewing.
Our Presenter person has spoken to Adobe tech support at length and:
- They can't reproduce the sound issues
- They advised downgrading the sound quality from "CD quality" to "near CD quality" as well as downloading and installing a specif codec. Both of these steps have improved the sound marginally.
The sound apparently is of top quality when listened to in the program, but once it is published it deteriorates causing blips, stuttering and echoing.
Does anyone have any ideas or experience with these issues?