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    I'm still really trying to come to terms with this aspect of Edius. I moved over from Premiere some time ago. If someone could help me understand this, I'd be very grateful.

    I'm editing some drama footage. Two people. The clips have 2 channels of audio, the left channel is one radio-mic, the right is the other radio-mic.

    I have locked channel 1A on my timeline to Monaural channel 1 and Channel 2A on my timeline to Monaural Channel 2.

    How do I set up the channel mapping to make sure each radio-mic comes out of both speakers. Currently I cannot separate them from left and right. The only way I have managed it is by using the blue Pan rubber band on the clip - but there must be a way to set it via channel mapping...

    All help much appreciated!
    Joe Shaw
    Freelance Director/Editor

  • #2
    Originally posted by jshaw300 View Post
    I'm still really trying to come to terms with this aspect of Edius. I moved over from Premiere some time ago. If someone could help me understand this, I'd be very grateful.

    I'm editing some drama footage. Two people. The clips have 2 channels of audio, the left channel is one radio-mic, the right is the other radio-mic.

    I have locked channel 1A on my timeline to Monaural channel 1 and Channel 2A on my timeline to Monaural Channel 2.

    How do I set up the channel mapping to make sure each radio-mic comes out of both speakers. Currently I cannot separate them from left and right. The only way I have managed it is by using the blue Pan rubber band on the clip - but there must be a way to set it via channel mapping...

    All help much appreciated!
    Go into project settings and change panning mode to Edius Pro3 compatible, then bring clips back to timeline, don't know why they do it like this in Edius 4 standard mode, just doesn't make sense to me, mono is not mono in standard mode.
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    • #3
      Thanks for your reply. Is there something else I need to do as well? I have changed the panning to Edius 3 compatible, but I still have one track to the left and one to the right.

      Ok - got it. had to change the sequence settings as well...
      Joe Shaw
      Freelance Director/Editor

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      • #4
        The edius pro compatible settings had nothing to do what you ask.
        That side is the difference between a divide vs copy.


        If I remember correctly:
        In edius 4 the signal gets divided from 100% to 50 left /50 right
        In Edius 3 mode signal get copied 100 left 100 right.
        But this can give a problem in some broadcast situations where mapping is used.
        (The sum of left and right going to one channel would be too high)

        But as you discovered it was in the sequence setting. :)


        Stev
        Last edited by SRsupport; 04-27-2008, 07:05 PM.
        Steve
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        • #5
          If you're in a hurry, (or don't want to futz with multiple audio tracks) create a Preset with the Panpot & Balance filter to center the audio. I use it daily. It's an indispensable tool.
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          • #6
            You might want to also take a look at this document.

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