here is my case:
I have a movie [originally video at 25fps ]
My final output rendered is a tif frame seq. at 25fps.
I need to deliver this project for DCP at 24fps.
So to calculate the new duration for the audio i did a new comp. inside AE at 24FPS.
Then i set my frame seq. at 24fps as well [ interpret footage / assume frame rate =24 ]
So movie's length at 25fps is 1:23:20:400
and after this conform the final duration at 24fps will be 1:26:48:170
So to match this new duration i imported my 25fps mixdown into Audition,
and set the new final duration.
I know nothing about semitones etc, but it sounds close to the original if i set the pitch shift as 1.
pls check my screen shot: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/600/pitch.jpg/
Now I'm rendering this Audio [ takes 3+hours ]
and i notice that there is a warning at the right bottom of application saying there are Detected dropped frames.
So what does really happening?
Are my settings right?
Should i stop the render and follow some other approach?