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  • SRsupport
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    If you visit the Edius training site there are some how to documents. I I remember correctly Kenneally did a nice document on audio mapping/ channel selection.

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  • DMS Video
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    Steve,

    Thanks for the reply. It's finally working! It's funny how even the most basic task can be tricky (sometimes) when learning new software.

    Kind regards,

    David
    DMS

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  • SRsupport
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    1 alt+ enter on the track on A1
    choose mono 1 on the audio on track 1

    2 alt+ enter on the audio on 2A chose mono 2
    see picture

    or

    Map the output of the sequence so that:
    A1 goes out to 1 and 2
    A2 goes out 1 and 2

    see picture
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    Last edited by SRsupport; 08-21-2008, 06:15 PM.

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  • DMS Video
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    Steve,

    I tried your first suggestion. The problem is it does bring down both audio channels but I can only hear each channel through one speaker. When edited with My Canopus Storm system what i used to do in the same type of situation was to right click and copy left or right and that would give me stereo on each track and then I could set my levels. I still think there must be a way to do this. Suggestions? Thanks.

    David
    DMS

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  • SRsupport
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    2 channels split:

    1 right clik on 1A an choose Mono 1 1
    right click on 2A 2 2

    or:
    2 map project to bring audio down to ch 1 to A1 and CH2 to A2

    or
    Save Preset with V track only with audio to A1 and A2

    or right click on any track go to properties and choose mono 1 or mono 2 depeding on what you want to hear.

    Look in my sig nice link to edius training
    Last edited by SRsupport; 08-21-2008, 05:55 PM.

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  • DMS Video
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    Tony,

    Thanks for your reply. i tried what you suggested however I'm still only getting audio out of one speaker for each audio channel. I must have a setting incorrect or I'm doing something wrong?

    David
    DMS

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  • tony
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    Don't know if this helps but if you click on the VOL button until it changes to the PAN rubber band control. This gives you L and R channels.

    Tony

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  • DMS Video
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    Basic Audio Question

    I finally received my new Edius laptop and have been experimenting and learning the software for a day or so. I do have a basic audio question. When I have a clip that I want to bring down to the timeline I would like to be able to use (see) both channels of audio in stereo (I have two stereo audio channels). I can't figure out how to accomplish this. If I right click on 1A it gives me the option of Stereo Channel 1,2. That seems to be bringing both audio channels to one audio timeline. I would prefer to be able to split the audio so I can manupulate each stereo channel independently. Ideas?

    Thanks
    David
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