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Old 11-10-2000, 12:56 AM
Elik Alvarez Elik Alvarez is offline
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Location: Garden Grove, CA, USA
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Default Importing audio from Quick Time

OK... I got a QT movie in my session, but when I tried to import its audio, I just get a bunch of noise and a very strange wave form. It seems that the conversion is not well done.

I'm also using Digital Performer and it extracts the audio perfectly...

Any advice?

Thanks in advance.

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