Audio Bit Rate

The audio bit rate is the number of bits in one second of audio. The higher the bit rate, the higher the quality.

You can select any audio bit rate of up to 156kb/s. For example:

  • 32Kbps (kilobits per second)—AM Radio Quality
  • 64Kbps—Voice Quality
  • 96Kbps—FM Radio Quality
  • 128Kbps—Standard Quality (recommended)

Note: If possible, we recommend that all encodings use the same audio bit rate. Otherwise, some viewers might notice the audio level change as the player switches encodings.

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