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Aharon Rabinowitz
Working with audio from 24 FPS Video
on Feb 18, 2009 at 12:31:22 am

Hey there-

I was given some audio from a 24 FPS timeline, and no matter what I do, once I've worked in audition, I can't get the audio length to match anymore. It seems like audition is assuming a 30 FPS timeline.

What is the workflow for taking audio from a 24 FPS timeline, editing it in audition, and then recombining in a video editor or (for me) After Effects.

Thanks.

AHaron

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Steven Talley
Re: Working with audio from 24 FPS Video
on Feb 18, 2009 at 4:15:32 am

Is this audio file a lossless wave file?
What is the bit rate and sample rate of the original file?
Are you maintaining these as you export the audio?
Are the file time length's the same for the original and the rendered file?



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Scott Smitelli
Re: Working with audio from 24 FPS Video
on Feb 22, 2009 at 2:25:45 pm

Also, is the video running at "true" 24 FPS or at 23.976? That type of discrepancy will cause a slight drift (~1.4 frames per minute) that can add up over time.



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