I want to edit a 24 bit / 96 kHz audio file, but I don't have the appropriate hardware to play it back. If I convert the file first, I will lose the high resolution of the audio. What do I do?
Spark and Spark XL include a clever automatic realtime re-sampling algorithm to automatically match the resolution of your playback hardware, regardless of the audio file format used.
This allows you to edit high resolution audio files on any playback hardware. Remember though, that you will not hear the full sonic detail of a high-resolution audio file unless your hardware supports these formats.