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Subject: Downsampling changes length of audio
Posted by: GamingGuy
Date: 2/15/2016 10:40:28 AM

Anyone else experience this one?

I'm downsampling a file from 44.1 KHz to 22.05 KHz in the latest version of Sound Forge for Mac using the Izotope 64 Bit SRC. When I hit the process button, my .wav file is getting 20 ms shorter, making my perfect music loop less perfect. This never happened in Sound Forge 10 on PC. Anyone found a way around this or any plans of fixing?

Subject: RE: Downsampling changes length of audio
Reply by: rndm_
Date: 2/16/2016 3:27:01 PM

same experience here. happens with elastique timestretch too. their support team acknowledged this already 1.5 years ago. still no fix. really wondering what a f*ck up tomorrow's update is going to be..

Subject: RE: Downsampling changes length of audio
Reply by: GamingGuy
Date: 2/18/2016 1:54:22 PM

I got a reply from support. No solutions as of yet. One workaround is it looks like in Sound Forge you can use the Sample Rate/Bit Depth converter (the non-Izotope branded one) and that will work. However, in Convrt, this also causes length issues. I've experienced the same with Elastique Timestretch as well.

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