Multiple sample rates

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5 years 1 week ago #1271 by Graeme Robinson
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I think there is an option in Pro Tools to apply a sample rate conversion (if necessary) to any embedded audio when you open an AAF.

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5 years 1 week ago #1270 by dmajwool
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Hi Graeme

Thanks for the reply.

How does ProTools respond to this situation on import? Can it automatically apply fs conversion to the current system sample rate?

Cheers.

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5 years 1 week ago #1268 by Graeme Robinson
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X2Pro will put the audio in the AAF at the sample rate of the original media. It does not do any sample rate conversion.

In your case X2Pro will create an AAF containing clips with mixed sample rates.

If you want the audio to be all one sample rate you must do this either before using the clips in FCP X or in your audio editor after opening the AAF.

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5 years 1 week ago #1267 by dmajwool
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Hi,

I'm not yet a user of X2Pro but would like to know...

My FCPX timeline has multiple sample rates - 48kHz and 44.1kHz.

Will X2Pro create the AAF using a single sample rate of my choice?

Many thanks.

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