Hey all, so I took footage with a Canon 7D with a mic. The mic records in mono in the left channel. Before I dropped it into Premiere, to get the sound to come out of both sides, I went into the project settings and changed the master audio to Mono. (This was one of the ways I found online, evidently it was the wrong way) Anyways, now I need to export it for Youtube and when I go to export as a Windows Media File, it says: "The source and output audio files are not compatible or a conversion does not exist"
How do I export this now? I cannot modify the audio channels now as I'm done with editing and can only modify them if the clips are not being used in the timeline. I know now that this was the way to do it, but it's too late now.
Any advice? Thanks!
In Premiere, check the help file for "fill left" or "fill right" to copy a single left/right audio track to the other track, to make stereo
Create a new sequence that matches your existing sequence settings, but with mono audio channels and a stereo master. Copy/paste everything in your current timeline into this new one. Export.