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Update Mixers with SD Card recording to 24 bit 48khz , for Video Compatibility ?

+7 votes
asked May 1, 2017 in StudioLive Series Feature Requests by AudioGuru (260 points)
44.1 khz , Audio is why Audio goes out of Sync with video . 48 Khz is the Video Standard .

The new AR mixers and Live with SD recording , are missing out on a HUGE ( Not in Trumps voice please)  but seriously HUGE benefit to musicians everywhere.

When Shooting Video of Rehearsals , Concerts , Live Venues , Small Bars , whatever ,... The 24bit 44.1khz audio bitrate will need to be resampled in Post to make it Video Compatible . It would be so nice to just take the Audio straight from the Card , drop it into a timeline , and go .......

For anyone who doesnt know , and if you have seen on Youtube or anywhere else where the Sound goes out of Sync with the Video , This is one of the MAIN reasons why . 44.1khz Audio format ...... Ok for CD , or Audio Player , NOT OKAY for Video .

I am a Professional Audio guy that does Film , Location sound , Documentary , and Commercials , as well as Live Music Video .

The AR series mixers are **** near perfect ..... except for this one flaw .     

How absolutely Cool would it be for any band to have their Handy Cams , Sync up with decent sound straight from the Card .

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answered May 2, 2017 by AlexTinsley (902,860 points)
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