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Synced LD Tracks Completed
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Is there any downside to the audio being 48KHZ? Is it a bad idea to run them through an encoder to export them as 41.1KHZ?
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(2021-10-01, 02:28 PM)uVSthem Wrote: Is there any downside to the audio being 48KHZ? Is it a bad idea to run them through an encoder to export them as 41.1KHZ?

Did you mean 44.1kHz?

What's the point to convert them back to 44.1?
So not good idea - unless you do NEED to do that, but I can't think any reason...
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(2021-10-01, 04:20 PM)spoRv Wrote:
(2021-10-01, 02:28 PM)uVSthem Wrote: Is there any downside to the audio being 48KHZ? Is it a bad idea to run them through an encoder to export them as 41.1KHZ?

Did you mean 44.1kHz?

What's the point to convert them back to 44.1?
So not good idea - unless you do NEED to do that, but I can't think any reason...

LD digital audio is natively 44.1kHz right? Is the main reason to make the audio 48kHz to have it compliant with DVD and bluray spec?
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(2021-10-01, 04:26 PM)uVSthem Wrote: LD digital audio is natively 44.1kHz right? Is the main reason to make the audio 48kHz to have it compliant with DVD and bluray spec?

Yep. But if no 44.1kHz version is available, but only 48kHz converted one, there is no point to add another conversion.

Best practice would be to release both 44.1kHz, if bit perfect, and converted 48kHz; if no bit-perfect capture card is used, the 44.1kHz would be, well... not perfect, hence IMHO would be better to capture the laserdisc analog output (if converters are good) to 48kHz 24bit, then adjust the levels and release track as 48/16.

Last note: it's useless to capture at more than 48kHz/24bit and release at more than 16bit.
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There's no difference in sq
The reason I have 48 k files is cause I was using the free version of davinci resolve. I don't plan on redoing all of them I don't have all the timelines or original tracks
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Thanks for the info. I wondering if converting the 48KHZ to 44.1KHZ would result in bit perfect audio since FLAC is a lossless codec. I keep all my movies on a hard drive so if anything, I guess I would save a little bit of space by having 44.1KHZ over 48KHZ.
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Some on here prefer the 48 for bluray player compatibility. I don't use bluray players anymore so I wouldn't know. The 4k bluray of good bad and the ugly has an LD track at 48k
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@uVSthem : do not quote entire posts!!! Long quote edited out.
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Woah, my bad. Instinctively did as a reply.
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