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There are a few ways you can hear audio during a timeline playback:
- You can import audio files to the system.
- You can capture audio from a video tape recorder (VTR) or audio tape recorder (ATR).
- You can have an external device chase the audio timecode by using the longitudinal timecode (LTC) chase option.
The audio signal is captured and played back from the DVS or AJA breakout box (BOB). For information on connecting the external audio devices, refer to your hardware guide. When you are capturing, playing back, or playing out audio tracks, you can select up to 16 tracks (eight tracks of DVS/AJA AES audio, or 16 tracks of embedded AJA audio) from the track selector at a sampling rate of 48 kHz (16-bit or 24-bit). See Capture Menu Options or Playout Menu Options.
NoteTo monitor the audio from the DVS/AJA BOB, the AES audio needs to be converted to an analog audio signal. To do this, use a digital audio mixer or a digital to analog converter (e.g., the Lucid converter). Refer to your hardware guide for information about the Lucid converter.