The audio sampling rate of a digital file is how many samples of audio are included in each second. In general, the more samples in each second the higher the quality of a spots audio. Samples are typically measured in KHz and the standard for broadcast video is 48 KHz or 48,000 samples each second.
Examples and Possible Solutions
In Fig we require that spots follow the broadcast standard audio sampling rate of 48 KHz. Files with lower sampling rates may not have acceptable audio quality and will need to be re-encoded with a higher sampling rate