When people create videos they are usually fixated on the picture quality. That has some importance, but audio is much more crucial. If you have a grainy or blurry picture, but good audio, you have content that is useful. Not so much the other way around.
Who likes to listen to someone that sounds like they are in a can… a 100 feet away… where you can barely hear them even with the volume at the highest it will go? Or, if the audio has cracks and gaps?
If you have good audio, but a really bad video image, you can still post an audio-only file for listening.
Bottom line, obsess over good audio… while getting the best video you can.