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NPC vocal audio cuts short sometimes

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I notice that often enough while an NPC is talking, their vocal lines get cut short.  For instance (I am making this line up), someone might say "I like a good strong Nord woman.  They don't complain about the cold."  Reload... I trigger them to talk again and this time they say "I like a good strong [cut...].  They don't complain about the cold."  It seems kind of random as to when they cut their speech line or not.  It seems like it happens sometimes when I don't even do anything in the game that should trigger them to stop talking.  Anyone else having issues like this?  Although I can live with it, I just would rather fix it if possible because it's irritating and I feel like I might have to put the closed captioning on so I can read what gets cut off sometimes.

 

I'm wondering if this is an issue with Skyrim in general or if it sounds like an issue that is a result of me using a bad mod installation or ini setting - IOW, does everyone have this problem?  Thanks for the help.

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I don't think so.  I just checked it again.  I'm really not sure what causes it or what exactly is happening - the voice is either cutting or abruptly getting really quiet.

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Do you have better bards installed that shortens the length between lines? If so, thus is a bug with that mod. It shortens the global line pause or something in the game which effects the entire game. Not just the bards.

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No, I don't have that mod, but you give me ideas.  I do have Follower Commentary Overhaul - maybe that does it too?

 

It's not entirely predictable though.  It doesn't always happen at the same spot in the same line.  One time the line may complete, and another time that same line might not.

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