This animation compares what Asiana 214’s approach should have looked like to what it did look like. From the data we have, the animation appears to be fairly accurate, except the audio is not properly synchronized. (The initial transmissions are from when the aircraft was 7 miles from the runway, not several hundred feet.)

If the audio were fixed, would this animation be admissible in court?

Not in it’s current state.  It relies too much on guesswork. But once the data from the black boxes is available and the animation modified accordingly, it’s exactly the type of thing the lawyers would want to show to a jury.