February 12, 2015 at 7:16PM
Why is RodeLink Filmmaker Kit only 44khz? Movie standard is 48khz.
I know that movie standard for audio in movies is 48khz 24bit.
So if I must start a new audio movie project in Pro Tools I must set it at 48khz 24bit.
Why is RodeLink Filmmaker Kit only 44khz? In theory shouldn't it be the audio recorder device to set the max amount of kHz aviable? For example the zoom h6 can record up to 96khz.
Now, there is a problem because I must work in Pro Tools at 48khz 24bit for movie production and as far that I know if I import 44khz audio files into a 48khz session it will convert the file, so it will increase the playback speed (or slowdown I do not remember). But it will -change- the playback speed because of the conversion.
But I do not know: is this change enough big to cause problems?
So there is a solution for this? Is the RodeLink Filmmaker Kit really indicate for movie production?
I wish to buy it so I really wish to know more about it.
Thanks a lot for help.