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  1. Hello,

    I'm using Adobe Audtion 1.5 to stretch audio parts on a project to make it match to a video which runs slower..
    I'm using the AC3 plugin from http://ac3filter.net/

    I have a big problem. When I stretch it it all works as usual. But when I save it and open it again it is still the old length without any change.

    Example: My file runs (min-sec-ms) 0-19-114 and I stretch it to 0-19-200.
    I'm using the "Stretch" Menu a caldulated Ratio of 99.552083 , Precision: high Precision, Stretching Mode: Time Stretch.
    After that the 0:19:114 file has a length of 0:19:200.
    Then I save it, all fine without any error. Then I re-open it again and see that the time display shows: 0:19:114.

    I tried saving it to a wav file, I tried using the latest versions of Adobe Audition but it's all the same problem and nothing changes.

    Does anyone have the same problems? Let me know.

    Thanks and a greta weekend for you guys

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    Sorry can't help with Audition..If you're not too particular, try with Audacity..Import track> select all or section> Effect>Change Tempo..
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    you might try converting to wav then stretch, and finally convert back to ac3.
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    If you just want to stretch/compress AC3 by a known small amount, use AudioScale.

    I picked it up from a forum a while ago, attached.
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  5. Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    you might try converting to wav then stretch, and finally convert back to ac3.
    It worked saving it to wav. Then I have a .wav with the right lenghth. BUT when I save it back to .ac3 it has the OLD lenghth again. Isn't this a bit crazy?? let me know

    thanks
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  6. Originally Posted by AlanHK View Post
    If you just want to stretch/compress AC3 by a known small amount, use AudioScale.

    I picked it up from a forum a while ago, attached.

    I'll give it a try thanks
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  7. the AudioScale tool is pretty cool but in some cases I also need to edit the audio instead of stretching it, so I think I just go for the convert everything to .wav and then edit it solution.. The ac3 is in 2.0 anyways.

    Thanks guys
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