I am new to Cubase and to recording in general. So sorry if my question is to noob.
I capture software demo videos and do the narrating while recording. The videos are intended for web download or streaming. I already decided to use mp4 as container with h.264 as video codec and AAC as audio codec. I use Camtasia for recording. It captures the video and sound and let me export to mp4 using the mentioned codecs. But I noticed that I don’t like the sound output that much (its not because of the micro - Rode NT2-A - and not because of the audio interface - RME babyface). So I recorded the sound in Cubase and got a very good result.
My question now is:
Can I export the sound using the AAC codec in Cubase? I did not find that option in the export settings. Do I missunderstand the export settings or is the AAC codec and mp4 just not supported by Cubase?
Later on I want to bring the video and the sound into Adobe Premiere and make the final mp4. Hopefully I can avoid that Premiere does another encoding of the sound.
Thanks in advance.