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Audacity would grab the digital data for recording in this case and since it uses a lossless format for recording you would not lose any information. I don't know about OBS but it would be surprising if they do things differently. There will be a very slight loss of quality with 320 kbps mp3s. I doubt any human would hear a difference, though. This may ...


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I created a web application that does this (It's free!) Other than waveform animations it also generates a subtitle if you want. It's perfect for people that are not familiar with design/video editing. You have to provide an audio file and create a template. The application does the rest and notifies you when the video is ready. Here's a link to a guide: ...


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What you describe is the use case for using an audio compressor. You set a threshold, below which the compressor doesn't affect volumes, and above which it compresses the audio sound level.


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