I can't think of any way for PP to 'degrade' the audio solely because of an auto-sync process. My inclination here is to suspect operator/observer error.
However, you can always sync manually.
I can assure you guys that it is not an observer error, I am facing the same issue too... audio levels are definitely lower when I use multi camera... any ideas? anyone?
Would be grateful for any assistance.
The other option is operator error.
Update: I just happened happened to have a pair of ath m50s lying around.... put them on and I can see that in the multi cam sequence, I can hear only out of the left ear... once I drag and drop something to my timeline the audio's good again...
Sorry for this question... operator???
I shoot tech videos on YouTube and I edit my own videos, so I guess I am the operator & observer here...
Am shooting a tutorial...
Cam 1 - My Camcorder that shoots the phone
Cam 2 - Actually a screen recorder that records the steps on screen & audio from webcam
Audio - Blue Spark Digital recording to audacity
Now if I merge Cam 1 & Audio or Cam 2 & Audio alls fine... I can check the audio meters and everythings the same as before
But if I create a multicamera sequence then the audio output is about 20% lower (and no Premiere's not using the audio source from Cam1 or 2 here since they are too low and am 100% sure its not either of those)
I guess am messing up something but am unable to identify what..
Syncronize Point - Audio
Track Channel - 1
Sequence Preset - Automatic
Audio Sequence Settings - Camera 1
Audio Channels Preset - Automatic (or Mono since my Blue Spark records in mono)
Camera Names - Enumerate Cameras
Any Idea where am messing up?
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