I am a long time user of Cubase, and after far too long have upgraded from SX3 to 6 (64 bit) full (PC version).
I really wanted to try my hand at scoring independent movies and the video capabilities of both my old computer and SX3 were just not very workable.
So far, I’m very impressed with how well Cubase 6 handles the files sent to me from an editor using Final Cut Pro and encoding with modern, high-quality codecs.
I’ve run into one problem - I’d like to work at 24-96kHz, but the video file I’m importing has an audio track at 24-48kHz. When I import, video plays at half speed (obviously).
My question is, can I convert the video in cubase? I just want a video track to work with.
Generally when I bring an audio file of a different bit depth or sampling rate, it asks me if I want to convert, etc, but all of those options are greyed out for the video.
Thank you in advance for your responses.