Converting Video from 44.1K to 48K

I'm trying to convert a video file from 44.1K to 48K for the audio track. I tried using the "Export" feature, which worked fine in regards to the audio stream itself, but the new movie (which was already compressed to begin with) now looks horrible.
What is the easiest way to simply change the audio track -- Without touching the video part? Thanks!

Open the file in QuickTime Player. Export > Sound to AIFF. Use the Options button to access the 48k setting. Save the file.
Press command and J keys to access QT's Properties window. Click the audio track. click Delete at top left.
Open your newly converted 48k audio. Press command and A (select all). Bring your movie to the front. Choose Edit > Add to Movie from the menu bar. Save the new version of your movie.

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