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Topic: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video? (Read 1737 times) previous topic - next topic
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Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Or do I need to convert the 44100 to 48000 so that it does not loose sync? And if so, why is this? Isn't seconds always seconds? Thanks.

Re: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Reply #1
yes

So, resampling the 48 file to 44.1 will be fine. I've done it and all ok.

Re: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Reply #2
So, resampling the 48 file to 44.1 will be fine. I've done it and all ok.
But is it required? and if yes, what is the explanation as I cannot get the why.

Re: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Reply #3
In answer to the question, assuming the duration is identical to the video, no, you don't need to resample it. You would only need to do that for DVD/BluRay conversion as they don't support 44.1kHz.

Re: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Reply #4
In answer to the question, assuming the duration is identical to the video, no, you don't need to resample it. You would only need to do that for DVD/BluRay conversion as they don't support 44.1kHz.
Hey John :) So long no see. Thanks. That is what I thought.

Re: Can a 44100 hz audio replace a 48000 hz audio on a video?

Reply #5
you're sorted now :-)
but to clarify, I was answering your initial (post title) question. it can be done. but unnecessary, unless, as John says, for DVD/BluRay.