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Only stereo audio clips will allow themselves to be placed on stereo tracks. Mono on Mono.
I'm sad to hear this however, as I thought my Canon HV20 camcorder did stereo sound. ( so I'm guessing it is only mono ) :-(
Look to the immediate left of your Timeline, where the Video & Audio Track names are (plus a few icons). If you have two "speakers," then you're in stereo. One "speaker," and you are mono.
I usually create a Sequence with 2 mono and 3 stereo Tracks (Audio), and am often surprised when I add certain FX clips, thinking that I had bought the stereo, only to find that it is in mono - bummer. If you do not have the necessary Tracks in the Sequence, Premiere will create them, as it needs.
When I capture using Pinnacle Studio 11, it creates the default .m2v video file, and it also created not 1 but 2 .wav files, each file is exactly the same size.
I wondered why it did this, thought it was a bug, and deleted the second audio .wav file from all of my captured films.
I just found out that Pinnacle creates the 2nd audio .wav file for the 2nd audio channel ... so to sum up, Pinnacle creates the video file, and 2 audio files for the left and the right channel.
Because both audio .wav files were EXACTLY the same in size, I deleted one, thinking Pinnacle had a bug. Turns out, I delete one of the channels. :-(
Does anyone know if I just create a copy the remaining audio file, and name it as it originally was, ---- will this work correctly ?
In theory, it should ( ?? ) as the file sizes were exactly the same.
This is rather depressing,
The file sizes may have been the same, but their content didn't have to be.