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  • #16
    This is not a bug you have to tell EDIUS how to handle the clips on the timeline.
    Because there are different ways to handle audio.
    If you leave the patches on mono your audio will be split accordingly irrespective of how you have the Project mapped.
    You have to see it this way.'The Patches (when active) tell EDIUS what do at the input stage (timeline) and the project mapping tells EDIUS what to do on the output stage (export to file or Tape)

    I think you need to read up on this or watch the free tutorials. Pat and Anton have pointed you to accurate info.

    Remember that most Post houses and Broacasters use split audio. If I use 4 different Mics ( which I do often) on my camcorder each going to its own separate channel I certainly don't want any of them to mix.

    Most of the Broadcast installations we have rely and only use split audio. No bug here.....
    Last edited by GrassValley_SL; 04-03-2013, 07:00 PM.

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    • #17
      You are correct in more reading being required. I had assumed channel mapping applied to the initial project setup with input and output being mapped together. I've certainly been lucky to have used Edius for 9 months without meeting this sooner. Perhaps complacency this end.

      Thanks Steve much appreciated. Geoff
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