• JBliddal
    Posts: 6
    Joined: Feb 22nd, 2008
    When I was young and unwise I went to New Zealand
    with my when girlfriend now wife and a miniDV camcorder set to 32khz or horror. Now nearly 10 years later I have decided to cut my 7 hours of video down to a watcherble video and burn it to a DVD. I have done my editing i Final Cut Pro and are now using Soundtrack pro to remove unwanted noise and normalizing audio. It is however a very slow process. Is that do to the 32khz I recorded the file in? My Machine is a Dual Dualcore Mac Pro with 12GB of memory and a 1TB mediadrive.
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: When I was young and unwise I ...
    Hi JBliddal, I have never worked with audio at 32khz. If possible try converting it to 48khz and then editing it in STP. :) Rounik
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