the problem is i cant figure out my own reference settings in the other software i used to use. I usually do my videos within the music software FL Studio, theres a plugin called ZGame Visualizer where i use the following settings:
the video settings are “Youtube 1080p” with 18 mbps Bitrate, 30fps
the audio is wav with a bitrate of 384 mbps, the codec is set to “default” which i dont know what it is.
with this setup i get perfect mp4 audio quality with no difference to the wav file, but im trying to use shotcut now because that ZGame thing does has some crazy bugs with several projects where in the exported video the audio might have some kinda weird artefacts and stutters and so on. Couldnt figure out why so im looking for an alternative, havent found anything yet though that doesnt decrease the audio quality in the final video…
with the current video i noticed that allthough the video itself was ok, the final youtube video was kinda muddy in terms of audio and also seems to be generally compressed a lot, which though didnt ever happen with the ZGame videos
man i dont know what to do right know