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  • skier-hughes
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    I have just finished playing and what I did was set audio track one and 2 to monaural audio, so when I dragged the file to the timeline it split each channel to track 1 and 2.

    Originally it was set to stereo, I assumed it was taking it onto the timeline as one file, I could copy the file to another track and do it that way using the pan facility..

    I've learnt a bit more today, thanks very much.

    I knew I had a problem as one of the actors hit one of the mics and the sound was on both the left and right sides on my original audio, now I can get rid of it!!

    Graham
    Last edited by skier-hughes; 02-04-2008, 12:37 PM.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Originally posted by skier-hughes View Post
    I have two mini dv tapes that audio recorded onto the two seperate channels, using two microphones in differnt places.
    I captured the tape as normal, using dv50i, firewire to front bay, but the audio has not been captured as a left and right channel. They are both mixed.
    On the camcorder I can see that the channels are seperate.

    While I experiment with settings and do more searching through the help files and forum, if anyone has a quick answer I'd be grateful.

    Hope I've expleined it enough :)

    Graham
    Are you using a audio mapping by any chance? If you use the "Edius 3 Compatible" setting in a sequence in Edius 4.x and you use audio mapping, both channels will be mixed together.

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  • antonsvideo
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    that is strange, double check to be sure

    right click the clip on timeline, properties, audio tab, mono1 and listen, then mono2 and listen, are both sounding the same?

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  • skier-hughes
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    Capturing audio

    I have two mini dv tapes that audio recorded onto the two seperate channels, using two microphones in differnt places.
    I captured the tape as normal, using dv50i, firewire to front bay, but the audio has not been captured as a left and right channel. They are both mixed.
    On the camcorder I can see that the channels are seperate.

    While I experiment with settings and do more searching through the help files and forum, if anyone has a quick answer I'd be grateful.

    Hope I've expleined it enough :)

    Graham
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