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RE: FTP and 44.1
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Subject: RE: FTP and 44.1
From: Nathaniel Steele <nathaniel.steele@icloud.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:41:19 -0600
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44.1khz is a professional AUDIO Standard.

48khz is a profesional VIDEO standard

The decision to use 48khz on video was due to frame rates, 48k synced better.

On April 12, 2017 1:18:12 PM Mark Murdock <mark@celebrationradio.com> wrote:

Who decided that 44.1 was a “consumer” standard and 48 was “professional”? The difference in audio quality would be very slight at best.



Mark Murdock

Production Director


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From: Michael Barnes [mailto:barnmichael@gmail.com]
Sent: April 12, 2017 11:56 AM
To: CRTech
Subject: Re: [CRTech] FTP and 44.1


On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 6:43 AM, Willie Barnett <wbradiolists@gmail.com> wrote:


There are a handful of program providers that require logging into "strange" WEBsites, navigating through menus, etc, to get to their files. Then they have to be selected and downloaded. None of our automatic systems can process that.

Time to brush up on your Linux skills, Willie. Using the powerful wget command and a little parsing, you can automate the downloading of pretty much anything from any website.



We are thankful that a MAJORITY of program providers DO use 44.1 as a standard... but there are always those "outliers" that just have to do things differently. ;)


Do keep in mind that 44.1k is a CONSUMER standard. The 48k rate is a PROFESSIONAL standard. Kind of like mp3 files. They are fine for archives and consumer mp3 players, etc. but most professional broadcasters shy away from them for on-air use.



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(Mark Murdock <mark@celebrationradio.com>, 6 Apr 2017 17:11:38 -0000)
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