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Converting gsm audio for re-import and save as mp4 265

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Converting gsm audio for re-import and save as mp4 265

Postby Gary Johnstone » Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:42 am

I have avi video with gsm audio.
Exported tiff sequence for editing.

Plan is to re-import tiff sequence, than audio, and save with Aftercodecs in mp4 265 format.
How should I convert audio to be compatible with Premiere?
What would be the best audio conversion format to work correctly?

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Re: Converting gsm audio for re-import and save as mp4 265

Postby Steve Grisetti » Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:56 am

I'm not an expert on Pro, but the simplest answer is to convert it to a standard WAV file. You should be able to do that with the free download Audacity, if you don't already have audio editing software. An uncompressed WAV will work in any video editor!
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Re: Converting gsm audio for re-import and save as mp4 265

Postby Gary Johnstone » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:33 am

Yes, this makes sense being the standard lossless audio format.
I do a lot with recording vocals and editing audio, but thought it would not hurt to ask given there could have been sync problems with video.

Evidently Premiere does not support divx or gsm audio in AVI.
I noticed that premiere also extended the audio further along the timeline, which got me over thinking the situation.

Wave it is.
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