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  • #31
    Jerry and Antonsvideo are wonderful angels. However, I am not surprised that there are very professional and kind people in this forum.
    Thanks to you I solved my problem by putting to 24bit audio.
    THANKS
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    • #32
      I am wondering if this should be investigated? It does not make sense to prevent render when audio is 32bit, although I never use 32bit
      Anton Strauss
      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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      • #33
        32 bits audio is only used in audio editors - to prevent rounding errors when doing the maths on audio files. There are no audio recorders that capture 32 bits - 24 bits is more than enough. What I meant was - it is pointless doing 32 bits audio in a video editor like EDIUS.
        TingSern
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        • #34
          Originally posted by tingsern View Post
          32 bits audio is only used in audio editors - to prevent rounding errors when doing the maths on audio files. There are no audio recorders that capture 32 bits - 24 bits is more than enough. What I meant was - it is pointless doing 32 bits audio in a video editor like EDIUS.
          Everything is right but ... who uses Ediius not all are as good as you about technique and in the pdf manual I dn't see this 32bit problem.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by tingsern View Post
            32 bits audio is only used in audio editors - to prevent rounding errors when doing the maths on audio files. There are no audio recorders that capture 32 bits - 24 bits is more than enough. What I meant was - it is pointless doing 32 bits audio in a video editor like EDIUS.
            The Zoom F6 records in 32 so that there is no need to set gain. https://www.zoom-na.com/products/fie...field-recorder
            Ron Evans

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