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  • Tue, Jul 3 2012 3:45 PM

    • antsquasher
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    Audio Stretching


    I'm curious to know if there is an effective way of slowing down and stretching audio without mixing down my audio at all?

    I have a clip shot at 100fps w/a 24fps TC and audio recorded with a 24fps TC too,

    I want to slow down the audio and stretch it to fit the duration of my 100fps shot.

    I understand I could cut the audio into a sequence, add filler, mix it down, then apply the TImeshift effect and stretch the audio to fit that way, but its so long winded and I dont want to be dealing with mixdowns.

    Any alternative suggestions?


    Many Thanks

  • Tue, Jul 3 2012 7:59 PM In reply to

    • Kyle
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    Re: Audio Stretching

    If you open up the audio suite tool there's a filter that will do that. I forget what it is called though. 

  • Tue, Jul 3 2012 9:28 PM In reply to

    • Sylvain P
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    Re: Audio Stretching

    In the AudioSuite Window, you have Time Compression Expansion and Time Shift.

    Time Compression Expansion : Set the Ratio to 4.1667 (I think)

    Time Shift : Set the Pitch shift to (probably) 24%

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