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Old 04-19-2005, 08:36 AM
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Default How to Change Session\'s Bit Depth - Audio OK

Hello -

I have a few sessions that came in at 96khz in DP4.5. I've downsampled them to 48khz and used OMFTool (wish I had digitranslator... what a scam) to create a pro tools project.

The problem is that (I think) OMFTool is so ancient, it embeds a "16-bit audio" flag into the session by default, despite the audio all being 24-bit.

Now, I can open the pro tools session once without it converting any audio, but the next time I open it, the audio is all automatically converted to 16-bit.

How can I change this!?

Thanks,
Kevin
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