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    Hi,

    Is there a way to select what audio playback device edius will use while editing? By default it uses the windows default device, however i have 2 sound devices in my system and would prefer edius to use the secondary device.

    Thank you,
    Vyautas

  • #2
    An easy way is to make your secondary the primary device in windows.
    Steve
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    A proud EDIUS EDITOR
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    • #3
      Yes, I had figured that out, however I still use the primary sound card for other programs, most of which don't have an option of specifying the output device, so they need the primary to be the default.

      I was hoping that Edius had a setting somewhere that would allow me to specify the output device - a bit like Skype does and some other programs.

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      • #4
        @Vy

        I completely am feeling your pain man. I've been wondering why there doesn't seem to be any audio management in Edius 6.5 myself. Using Windows Sound management is incredibly limited, and I believe Grass Valley should take a look at this issue soon if possible. Maybe in edius 7? :-)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BlairAlias View Post
          I completely am feeling your pain man. I've been wondering why there doesn't seem to be any audio management in Edius 6.5 myself. Using Windows Sound management is incredibly limited, and I believe Grass Valley should take a look at this issue soon if possible. Maybe in edius 7? :-)
          Don't expect things to change otherwise it would have happend when they took over from Canopus.
          Every GV hardware card / box / device has it's audio output, the better the output solution ($$$) the better the output choices are, that simple.

          Broadcasting is designed on 1 box, 1 usage, what we want to do is many solutions in 1 box :)

          While I totally agree and together with others who feel the same regarding the poor audio management and requested a studio standard like ASIO, it maybe a good thing to invest in to an external multichannel audio interface with good interface software.

          I.e. RME, MOTU or PreSonus to name a few will serve you well with Edius and other software.
          With software routing you can mix and match, assign any in to out and setup proper monitor levels to one or more audio monitor systems, being it analog or digital.
          Tony D.

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