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Playback is to fast

When i record somethin it records just fine then i hit stop. the clip automaticaly cuts down to half the size then when i play it back it is way to fast and high pitched please help me

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Oh wow dude,

it sounds like your bit rate and sample rate are out of whack. You should shoot an email to tech support cuz this is gonna need some more in-depth help than i can really get into here. But check your bit depth and sample rate first. They may be out of sync

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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