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  • tony
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    Steve, thanks, I'll check it out.

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  • SRsupport
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    Originally posted by tony View Post
    What setting? Where is it.?

    Tony
    look at the pictures
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  • GrassValley_BH
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    This is why I prefer to use the PanPot&Balance audio filter. But that's the nice thing about EDIUS - so many different ways to do things - pick the one that makes the most sense for you!

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  • tony
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    Originally posted by JimJulian View Post
    By choosing that are we "doubling" our sound volume? I must experiment.
    This setting has always puzzled me.
    jim
    What setting? Where is it.?

    Tony

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  • SRsupport
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    It depends on the mapping mostly used by post house and Broadcasters.

    Let us say you have to deliver all audio on ch 1 on the recorder.

    I You have mapped A1 and A2 both to go out to ch1
    When using edius 3 compat mode
    You get 100 left and 100 right thus the sum will be to high (copy)

    In the edius 4 mode now the standard
    You get 50 left and 50 right so the sum is 100. (divide)

    Note: If the output map is that A1 goes to CH1
    and A2 is to ch2
    Then you are ok with the edius 3 mode.
    because 100 goes to CH1 and 100 goes to ch2

    It all depands on mapping of the output and the application .

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  • JimJulian
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    Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
    It depends on your pan settings
    Edius 3 compat mode is copy
    Edius 4 standard is divide
    Wow. We set all our systems up to Edius 3 compat mode. I never thought of it as "copy". By choosing that are we "doubling" our sound volume? I must experiment.
    This setting has always puzzled me. We use the two mic system in the field and always bring them into the timeline as monoral 1 and monoral 2. Nothing is panned. The waveform is top and bottom for easier keyframing.

    jim

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  • SRsupport
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    answer still applies both settings are available.

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  • tony
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    Steve,I forgot to say Edius 4.61

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  • SRsupport
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    It depends on your pan settings
    Edius 3 compat mode is copy
    Edius 4 standard is divide

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  • tony
    started a topic Sound from external Mic.

    Sound from external Mic.

    Am I doing this right, or is there another way. I recorded an interview using an external mic going into CH-1 or 2 in the back of my camera. I captured the clip and brought it into the edius timeline.
    As I play the clip on the TLine going through my Pani svhs recorder I can select and listen to anyone of the two sound tracks,the onboard mic and the external mic. So far so good, no problems so far. In this case I only want the external mic sound to be heared... Its this bit I would like the advice on....So what I do is Alt and Enter to bring the clip properties up, Audio info tab and in my case select monaural channel 2 apply and ok. but in playback I think the sound is a little low compared to when i listened to it going through my panasonic recorder. I can increase the rubber band value ok but I'm wondering why would it seem a little lower in volume.

    Tony.
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