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Paul1983 [Avatar]
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Has anyone attempted working with 32 bit floating WAV files in the PD timeline? Or AD for that matter?

I am investing in a new field recorder and am trying to figure out if the files it records will fit into my workflow with this program or if I will need to edit them in something else first.
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Quote Has anyone attempted working with 32 bit floating WAV files in the PD timeline? Or AD for that matter?

I am investing in a new field recorder and am trying to figure out if the files it records will fit into my workflow with this program or if I will need to edit them in something else first.

You can probably download the zip here and play with this 32 bit floating WAV file and see if editing meets your need. https://www.sounddevices.com/sample-32-bit-float-and-24-bit-fixed-wav-files/

Jeff
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You can probably download the zip here and play with this 32 bit floating WAV file and see if editing meets your need. https://www.sounddevices.com/sample-32-bit-float-and-24-bit-fixed-wav-files/

Jeff


This link was a great idea! I downloaded the sample blowout WAV and imported it into AudioDirector. With the -30dB Gain reduction it was clean with no distortion... Amazing! With the 24 bit, I'd be sunk on a blowout like that.

Thanks again for the link... that saved me a lot of hassle.
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