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Old 07-15-2004, 12:50 PM
Boesch Boesch is offline
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Default Digitranslator 2.0 ????Please Help!

I am trying to convert an OMF file made by Sonar 3 to PTS. Not embedded. I am using a G4 800 with 1.25 RAM, 5.1.3 Mix Plus and Digitranslator 2.0, running OS 9.2.2
Coming from Sonar, the OMF file was made 24 Bit 44.1. When trying to open the session it looks for audio files named "????". When trying to import tracks into a new session it does the same thing. Now when I try to import; the specs window that shows the session I am importing from says the OMF file is at 48khz. I know for a fact that it was exported at 44.1khz. All the wav files that were exported with the session are at 44.1khz. I even tried different sample rates on new sessions and tried importing. I am stuck. Pleases help!
ps:The sessions are way to big to be embedded. About 5 to 6 gigs.
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