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Can you give some more details about the camera, type of mic used (stereo or mono)and the way sound was recorded (48 or 32 KHz). Most camera's disable the internal mic when another is connected to the camera. Some with four channel sound record the internal mic to the first stereo track and external to the second track.
In the unlikely event that the internal is on the left channel and the external on the right channel, use fill right. If you have two stereo tracks, one for internal and one for external, just mute the internal track.
Hi, fill right is the answer, I have used that effect and now the sound is amazing.... premiere is hte greatest prog ever. When we filmed it, I told the camerman to leave on the internal mike, as well as the external, just in case I had problems with the external mike.. I worry allot... and I thought at least I'd get some sound...that was a bad idea I now realise....thanks very much fro help...just one extra question if alright.. will I encounter any probs when I export the film and write it to DV, any setting I need to think about to keep the sound as it is, and make sure it comes out when watched on teles etc.