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    That applies for Quicktime but not Final Cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Condren View Post
    Final Cut does not support interleaved audio files like every other application on the planet does. So NewTek TriCaster records a seperate audio along with the video file. If you go back to your TriCaster you will find a MP3 file with the same file name as the mpeg Video file. Drag this to the timeline with the video file.

    The whole "separate MP3" thing is an awful idea, especially if it was specifically made for Final Cut users. Final Cut doesn't handle MP3s natively, you have to render before you can hear. Plus, it makes file management a real pain.

    How about just giving you the option to save as a Quicktime NTSC file? The good ol' "DV NTSC 48k" profile on Final Cut. It's all software. One simple upgrade.

    More customers... period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theStreamDotTV View Post
    The whole "separate MP3" thing is an awful idea, especially if it was specifically made for Final Cut users. Final Cut doesn't handle MP3s natively, you have to render before you can hear. Plus, it makes file management a real pain.

    How about just giving you the option to save as a Quicktime NTSC file? The good ol' "DV NTSC 48k" profile on Final Cut. It's all software. One simple upgrade.

    More customers... period.
    Actually thats incorrect, Final Cut loads the MP3 files natively because it's actually uncompressed within an MP3 wrapper. We chose the format we did after a lot of research and the input we received from customers was they wanted the better quality offered by a non DV based format.
    Zane Condren
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