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  1. Audio LTC Framerate conversion?

    Hello Community, I hope this is the right place to ask this. I have run into a bit of a problem with one of my recent projects, due a rookie mistake on my part. I recorded the location sound for a 30 minute short film on a Zoom H6. Since this recorder has no built in Time-code functionalities I recorded the time-code from a Tiny Lockit onto one of the channels as LTC, syncing with the camera every few hours. The Tiny Lockit was set to 25 fps. The camera however was recording in 24 fps. Now I am wondering: is there anyway to convert the LTC audio files to 24 fps somehow? Can this be done once the timecode is added to a BWF? Or will post-production have to manually position the audio using the slate? Thanks, Stefan
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