Posted 16 February 2006 - 11:35 AM
Posted 16 February 2006 - 01:05 PM
It's 0.1%, 0.03 out of 30 is 0.1%, look page 123 of the Cinema Tools User Manual, it's a usefull manual that explains loads of other stuff too...
Okay, sort of a quick follow up to my last post. So I.m going to be recording sound into my computer at 24bits 48khz. I am also going to be shooting R16mm film at 24fps. I.m going to then telecine the footage to 29.97 and will need to slow down the audio accordingly...my question is this - I have been told a long way to do this - changing the sampling rate to 48.048 but then fooling Final Cut Pro [by changing the file header information] to thinking it is a standard 48khz file...thus stretching the audio out by the 1% [i think that number is correct???] slowdown I will need. But this is very laborious to do for EACH audio file/channel. I.m wondering if just opening the sound in Final Cut Pro and applying a 1% slowdown to the audio file will do the same thing. I.ve heard conflicting answers and so wanted to take it the pros. Thanks so much,