The Unpack OMF dialog box appears when you open an OMF file.This field displays the sample rate that the imported audio uses if you’re using embedded media; if you’re using externally linked media, this field defaults to 44,100. You can change the sample rate by choosing one of the sample rates listed in the drop-down menu.This field displays the bit depth that the imported audio uses if you’re using embedded media; if you’re using externally linked media, this field defaults to the Original menu option in the drop-down menu, which leaves the bit depth of the imported audio in its original depth. You can change the bit depth during import by choosing one of the listed options.If you want to use a unique folder for this project’s audio data, check this option and fill out the Project Name, Location and Audio Path fields. If you deselect this option, the project is saved with the same file name to the default directory using the default audio directory. The file’s new extension is .cwp.The Project filename. This field is only active if you have checked the Store Project Audio in its own Folder option.The directory where you want to save the project. This field is only active if you have checked the Store Project Audio in its own Folder option.The audio directory where you want to store the audio for the project. This field is only active if you have checked the Store Project Audio in its own Folder option.
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