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Old 11-03-2010, 08:59 PM   #5
Rusty
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If you have a lot of clips, there's no great answer.
Here's what I do...

Map the audio tracks to an associated channel (A1= ch1, A2=ch2)
Double click the timeline clip to add to the player
Click+drag the player window to the audio tracks (they should already be trimmed)
You get two mono tracks at 100% volume. Methods other than using mapped audio will not give 100% mono volume.

E6 offers more challenges for this method.
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