Hello. I've just put a few things on Vimeo either made or altered from older Windows videos with OpenShot, which I've been using and enjoying for three days. I've just stopped using Windows and Sony Vegas, on which I'd render twice, one version to upload to YouTube and once to save a good copy of the video with Xvid and uncompressed audio. This is because I often add my acoustic guitar to my little video doodles, and that sound suffers worse than any other when compressed and then compressed or converted again on a website. I don't want to save every scrap of each project so a good high quality 720p archive of mp4/avi with wav or the equivalent is what I'm looking for.
When I look at the audio codecs they have the familiar Linux program names' jumble of letters that could say more than the programmer has decided to... So can someone here suggest what combinations of codecs I'd best use to continue renders with very high quality audio. I would like to suggest also that the apparent current 256k upper limit could be pushed further for the other compressed codecs, 320 would be ideal. (Maybe there's something I can tweak in one of OpenShot's files to do this myself?)