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Old 4 Mar 2004, 05:45 AM   #1
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the soundtrack to my film was taken off a cd, so it is at 44khz. i know that dvd's are in 48khz. i burned the dvd anyways just to hear it and you can definately hear some noise associated with the higher bitrate.

my question is... how do i take my 44khz audio from the film and make it so it works nice at 48khz without messing up any quality?
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"my question is... how do i take my 44khz audio from the film and make it so it works nice at 48khz without messing up any quality?"

What is your source video file? (mpeg-1, divx AVI)
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what i do is have my soundtrack in .wav format and then all my video with that done in adobe premiere. i export the video into .avi and the audio into either.wav or .avi at 44khz.
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