I'm curious to know if there is an effective way of slowing down and stretching audio without mixing down my audio at all?
I have a clip shot at 100fps w/a 24fps TC and audio recorded with a 24fps TC too,
I want to slow down the audio and stretch it to fit the duration of my 100fps shot.
I understand I could cut the audio into a sequence, add filler, mix it down, then apply the TImeshift effect and stretch the audio to fit that way, but its so long winded and I dont want to be dealing with mixdowns.
To my knowledge, Audiosuite is the only way to time compress audio. If I have to do this, I make an audio mixdown of the compressed track...so I can then tweak the audio levels (because if you adjust them after the compression, it unrenders...which is really annoying). I have never found another way to do this. Because of that, I make the original timeline my "work" timeline, duplicate that, and put the audio mixdown on the "final" timeline. That way, I always have the original audio timeline if I need to go back and fix it.