If the audio is to be stretch and pitch corrected (i.e. 24FPS to 25FPS) then the audio will need to re-imported back into you DAW. Converting your printmaster to ADM will then allow for the whole mix to be re-imported back into your DAW. When re-importing it is important to sample rate convert the audio to the new frame rate. Once you are happy that the audio is the correct length for the new frame rate, it can then be pitch corrected with the appropriate tools. Once pitch corrected, the audio will then need to be re-print mastered using DAMS or DAPS (set to the new frame rate).
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