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Hi everyone! Every time I upload a sound file suited to be used on video productions, not for web/games purposes, I wonder if editors would prefer 48 kHz to 44.1kHz files so they have not to waste time converting files to the proper sample rate.

i.e. a DVD works at a sample rate of 48kHz.

I use to record at 96kHz/24bits with my Xoom H2 so I think it is a pity to perform a downsampling resulting on a quality lost.

Should I upload this kind of sound files at 48kHz/16bits?


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