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Old November 5th, 2006, 01:09 AM   #1
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I just did video work of a tourist group in Israel.(GL2 camera) I use my wireless senheiser G2 and my audio technica at897 with self-made Fxlr to mini jack. there is a time I used the wireless and sometimes no chance to used wireless so I my at897 and I use headphone to monitoring the sound level. I figured out its ok by monitoring my sound. but when I captured in the adobe premiere pro2 the sound was captured to AT897 mic. was distorted and in the wireless is ok. I try to play the video to a TV the sound was fine. did I miss something about capturing the video in the program? any help and thanks in advance!

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Old November 5th, 2006, 07:53 AM   #2
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As I undertand your post, you recorded some segments using the Sennheiser G2 wireless setup on a MiniDV tape. And, you also recorded some segments using the Audio Technica AT897 to the same tape.

Then you captured the tape into Premiere Pro 2.

If both segments were on the same tape,
and you captured the tape in one operation,
(in other words you captured the whole tape at one time),
and you have problems with the sound from one microphone,
then your sound problems are on the tape,
and you do not have a capture problem.
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Old November 5th, 2006, 12:15 PM   #3
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I just did video work of a tourist group in Israel.(GL2 camera) I use my wireless senheiser G2 and my audio technica at897 with self-made Fxlr to mini jack. there is a time I used the wireless and sometimes no chance to used wireless so I my at897 and I use headphone to monitoring the sound level. I figured out its ok by monitoring my sound. but when I captured in the adobe premiere pro2 the sound was captured to AT897 mic. was distorted and in the wireless is ok. I try to play the video to a TV the sound was fine. did I miss something about capturing the video in the program? any help and thanks in advance!

Chris
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I would suspect your XLR to mini adapter. Are you using a mono TS miniplug and a stereo TRS plug? Just exactly how is it wired?
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Old November 6th, 2006, 12:44 AM   #4
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