Over the past 10 years I've been making most of my living doing stock libraries, patches, virtual instruments etc which were geared pretty specifically toward musicians. These days though, I'm doing more and more library works which are designed more for use by video artists, app developers, folks scoring for TV etc.
Most of my third party distributors sell my work at 16/44, some at 24/44. But lately I'm getting custom clientele, and requests from stock customers, who are asking for the libraries at 24/48. I usually record/produce at 24/96, and dither/convert downward from there for various distributions.
I'm about to implement an overhaul to my workflow and want to streamline things, while outputting to a format that best meets the needs of my new growing customer base ie; non-musicians.
So, for those of you working with moving picture; What sample rate and bit depth is generally the one that meets your needs best and fits as easily into your processes as possible?
Thanks for any input.