I dont know if someone could still read this but I'll look forward to it, One question though, are the Jetstrike models' rigs support in hitfilm? Like for example, opening bay doors, something like that.
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Mm, if anyone is still having an issue even after all of the above suggestions, i would recommend just flat out playing back the mp3 file (with windows media player or something along those lines) and record it as it's playing. It seems kinda simple, but importing mp4s is never an issue for hitfilm. So record the audio of an mp3 as an mp4, import it to hitfilm editor, and then unlink, and remove the video track.
Been looking for answers to a similar problem with loading audio files into hitfilm4: .wav, .mp3, and some mp4's. Usually it happens after i import one audio file..then my video files.. then if i try to add more audio files it will not load them. so i tried something different. I imported 4 .wav files first before anything else and they all loaded no problem. So maybe try loading your audio first then anything else after. It could be for some reason that once u start editing anything hitfilm says nope: no more files for you. Not entirely sure what i did is a fix but you could try it.
I'm in this position at the moment. The audio files were recorded on a small hand-held recorder that has previously imported into Hitfilm without problem, but this time won't. I have tried transcoding them into a variety of formats, including 16-bit WAV via Audacity. The tip in the video embedded above didn't work for me as the fields is says to delete are already empty. To add insult to injury, removing the audio file from the Hitfilm project always crashes the software, resulting in a five-minute wait for the project to re-open.However, I have a cunning plan that I'm going to try next. I'm going to open up iMovie (which I thought I'd put aside for good once Hitfilm started working on my Mac after months of refusing to export anything). I'm going to import the audio in to that, put a plain black background to it, and export it as a video file. If that doesn't crack it then I think the only option left is (as suggested above) play it and re-record the output. Assuming that will import once done... 2b1af7f3a8