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Duplicate the audio track. Use Fill Left on one and Fill Right on the other. (Do this at the track level, not clip level.) Then pan each to taste.
You could also use the "break Stereo track into mono Tracks" command.
First select the the clip in your project asset bin.
Then, choose Clip>Audio Option>Breakout to mono.
Search help for more info.
Thanks for the tip. However, I couldn't duplicate the audio track. I do see a duplicate command in the edit menu, but it's grayed out. Not sure under what conditions I can do this.
Thanks for the information. I tried this and it created two separate audio files. Unfortunately they are not associated with the video now and so it seems I have to rebuild the entire audio track in my timeline and resynch everything. Are there some features I am missing which can make this easier?
Dan, Ok, I get it now. You have all the cuts/edits already done.
I tried this and it might work for you. You will have to select all the clips and audio on the timeline.
Next, you should now be able to select EDIT>COPY
Next, click on the Audio 2 Track so Audio 2 is highlighted.
Move the CTI to 00:00 and do a EDIT>PASTE.
Then you should be able to use Jim's tips.
An easy way to select all the clips in a track for the Copy/Paste process is with the Move tool. Hold down the Alt key and click on the first clip. This will select every clip in that track.