I agree that you shouldn't use 44.1 kHz and still see h264 as a streaming 
format and not fit for theatrical projection. Unless the theater has a slow ass 
computer of course. Find out if they have a dcp server wherever it is your 
screening. If so then check out opendcp.org


dk




> On Jul 16, 2014, at 5:15 PM, "Aaron F. Ross" <aa...@digitalartsguild.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Don't know why you're getting dropout, but all audio for video is supposed to 
> be at 48 kHz sample rate. 44.1 kHz is supposed to be for audio CDs only.
> 
> Regarding video codecs: someone mentioned ProRes, but that is not an easy 
> thing to accomplish on Windows without paying for an extra plugin. Motion 
> JPEG is another fallback option if H.264 is being problematic.
> 
> Aaron
> 
> 
> 
> At 7/16/2014, you wrote:
>> getting audio dropout at the head of some of the quicktime exports from avid
>> audio settings i used are: uncompressed / 44.1 / sample size 16 / 2 channels
>> any words of wisdom ...?
>> thanks! moira
>> 
>> moiratierney.net
>> vimeo.com/moiratierney
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