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Ryan DownerRe: 5D 24p and Zoom audio drifting in Final Cut Pro
by on May 15, 2010 at 6:18:16 pm

FOUND AN ANSWER***
Found out something interesting about importing audio in Final Cut Pro that happens behind the scenes. You MUST have your easy setup set to your current framerate you want to use with your audio BEFORE importing your audio. FCP transcodes your audio to that framerate ON IMPORT!

I originally had mine set to 24p and then dragged my audio into my Bin. There was my problem. Later, I deleted my zoom audio, set my easy setup to 23.98 and reimported my audio. Wallah! Everything was in sync. Crazy weird issue, but that's how FCP does it.

Apple please give us that option on import of audio!! Thanks.


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