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#1 Denise Chan

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 11:02 PM

I recorded a show from my dvr onto mini-dv tape via RCA cables with my HVX 200. The recording setup in the dv menu of my HVX indicates I'm recording at 48kHz, although the playback setup defaults to 32kHz, which seems to be the only option available.

When I capture using NTSC DV 48kHz in FCP 7, it tells me my source video is at a different sampling rate than my captured video, hence my audio could be out of sync with video.

Assuming that the 32 kHz playback from the HVX is the root of my sync problem, does anyone know how I could playback video at 48kHz from my HVX200?

Tks!!!
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