Can I use both 48khz(16 bit) and 32 khz(12 bit) audio in the same project with Premiere Pro 1.5?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Jim Gunn, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Jim Gunn

    Jim Gunn Guest

    Can I use both 48khz(16 bit) and 32 khz(12 bit) audio in the same
    project? And when I start a new project in Premiere Pro 1.5 to import
    the files into, which preset should I use- Standard 48khz or 32khz?

    I shot the first ten minutes of this video using a Canon XL-1 in the
    32khz (12 bit mode), capturing both the on-camera mic in stereo and
    another mono audio track with a handheld mic; and then shot the next
    twenty minutes of the video onto the same mini-DV tape with a Sony
    PD-170 in 48 khz (16 bit mode).
     
    Jim Gunn, Oct 6, 2004
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  2. Jim Gunn

    andre Guest

    I guess the answer is yes. Not sure about Premiere though.
    You have to decide on the mode of the output file though, since it can
    only have one format. Premiere should do the necessary conversion for
    you. Why don't you just try it and enlighten us afterwards.

    Andre
     
    andre, Oct 6, 2004
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  3. Jim Gunn

    a-e-i-o-u- Guest

    yes.
     
    a-e-i-o-u-, Oct 6, 2004
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  4. Jim Gunn

    a-e-i-o-u- Guest

    use 48Khz and let Premiere upconvert the 32.
     
    a-e-i-o-u-, Oct 6, 2004
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