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Old January 31st, 2004, 04:50 PM   #1
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sound capturing problems

Hi there

Here is one problem that I ran into:
When I record (with a Sony PDX-10) with 2 mics, the sound on the 2 tracks is perfect when I play the tape on the deck. When I capture the footage in Premiere and drag the piece from the Project window into the Timeline window, ONLY TRACK 1 CAN BE HEARD (i.e mic #1). The second mic/track is not there at all. Remember that on the tape played on the deck both tracks/mics sound perfect.
Any suggestion?

Have a great weekend,

Raul D
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Old February 3rd, 2004, 02:18 PM   #2
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I do know that a lot of capture and NLE application cannot
correctly work with 4 track audio coming from the camera. Which
version of Premiere are you using? Go over every setting to
see if you can somehow get Premiere into 4 track mode.

Otherwise look at Scenalyzer (you can try out
the demo) to do capturing for you. It should work with 4 track
DV audio without problems.

Rob Lohman,
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