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Ramon Bloomberg
Audio Sync. Multiple bit rates recorded for project. need to reconvert to sync?
on Jun 12, 2011 at 3:05:13 pm

Hello,

I am not even a newbie but definitely made a noob error.

Video shoot w DSLR.

-Cam mounted shotgun (48k)
-Zoom H1 w/ lav (96k !!!!!!!!!!)
-Zoom H1 w/ lav (44k !!!!!!!!)

So i messed up and didn't know how to use the zoom properly. I realized how to set it up just now. First time shooting with these things.

I was planning (am planning) to sync up with plural eyes.

does anyone know what i can do to fix this situation.. possible to reconvert bit rates to 48k without losing sync possibility?

Please advise this was great material.

Thanks in advance,

R


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Danny Grizzle
Re: Audio Sync. Multiple bit rates recorded for project. need to reconvert to sync?
on Jun 12, 2011 at 9:36:04 pm

Sample rate conversion happens all the time. The 96kHz will convert nicely because it is exactly double 48 kHz. People also convert 44.1kHz to 48kHz constantly because 44.1 is the CD standard. Sample rate conversion is a hassle, but not a disaster. I wouldn't think you will have problems with sync drift, especially on the 96kHz track.

I use BIAS Peak for conversions, but just about any audio editor should handle the task.


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