PremPro 1.5: Converting SmartSound clips of 22k sample rate into 48k
by Klaus Gaertner on Jul 12, 2004 at 5:17:48 pm
I created several audio clips with the SmartSound (3.02) Maestro (all in 22k sample rate) and included them into a project with Premiere Pro 1.5, assuming that the PremPro "conforming audio" feature would automatically convert these clips into the project's sample rate of 48k. But this was not the case. It required a separate manual action in PremPro by selecting the clip in the timeline and then go through Clip > Audio Options >Render and replace. Is this a known issue and if so, is it an Adobe or a SmartSound Problem.
Re: PremPro 1.5: Converting SmartSound clips... by Scott Clark on Jul 27, 2004 at 3:30:00 pm
This is not a known issue. I never want to be accused of deflecting the blame, however I believe that is an Adobe issue. The reason I believe that is that once you have exported your audio from Sonicfire Pro it becomes a WAV or AIFF file, depending on your OS. At that point it is no different than any other WAV file on your system. It should not act differently than other WAV files. I will run some tests. Keep me updated if you learn anything else about the problem.