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Not sure, but I think I've seen audio discussed in the v2 area
Something about the "fill left" or "fill right" function? to duplicate one track over the other?
I don't know if CS3 is all that different... but, since you have CS2, you might check in the v2 area
For clarification sake, you now have two Audio Tracks, the original and the re-recorded dialog Track. Do you wish to blend/merge these into one Audio Track, or do you wish to JUST use the re-recorded one? If the former, you can do a Mixdown of the two and use that. If the latter, you can either Mute the original Track, or Delete it.
If something else, please explain.
thanks for those quick replies John and Bill (yes i was wanting to take one of the audio tracks and kind of double-it-up, so that the re-recorded layer replaces the original layer and becomes stereo)...
I actually just found out how to do it... using your helpful "fill left" hints...
for anyone else who is looking to easily use just one audio file...:
just go to the sound effects panel and under the 'stereo' tab there's an option called 'fill left' and 'fill right'...
just like you mentioned!
thanks again so much!
Thanks for the clarification. It seems that you actually wanted a bit of each! Had John's reply and your investigation not gotten you there, I was going to come back with exactly what you did.
Glad that it worked for you and that it's sorted out. John did all of the "heavy lifting."
Grin... no heavy lifting here... just a spin of the needle so it pointed the right path to use