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I just bought the pro version of Debut Capture thinking it would allow me to set the sampling frequency of audio recorded from my device to 48k when encoding to .mov with H264 compression. I'm a sound engineer and need it to be the industry standard 48k. I dont want it being captured at 44.1k which Debut seems to be forcing. 1. I know for sure that my audio device Roland Duo Capture Ex and my Webcam Logitech c920 are 48k capable because I have tested them in other software and checked the spec. 2. I know that H264 codec and the corresponding AAC component is capable of 48k. Yet in Debut there is no way to set the frequency, there is only a bit rate setting with no corresponding sampling frequency or mono/stereo options and upon inspection of the result, it is always being captured @44.1k. Even VirtualDub has more choices in the drop down bit rate list to include 48k options when using H264 even if its native from the device. Including mono which is also my preference (48k/16bit mono) Why has Debut been crippled from this? I have my windows 10 pro 64bit system audio running at 48k/16bit as well. I realise that AAC is lossy but there's no option in H264 for PCM. For a very frequent video blog capturing in mjpg hi res in order to get pcm adds too much time in conversion to the end format (H264) for low file size streaming. Am I missing something or is this "pro" version really not giving me pro audio options for H264 native?