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Jeremy GarchowRe: Music changes after duplicating sequences
by on May 3, 2012 at 5:00:18 pm

[Danielle Warren] "Next time I'll make sure it's always 48. "

A really easy way to change this is to right click on the audio clip in the timeline and choose "open in editor".

This should open up Soundtrack Pro if you have it installed.

Find the "Process" menu and change the sample rate to 48000. Click OK, then hit save (command-s). Very important to hit save.

Command-tab back to FCP, and you will see that the green line is now gone and that clip won't need to render anymore.

Jeremy


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