Clip >Audio> Channel Mapping
Thank you Shooternz,
OK I see, I must choose the clip in the Project window an not the time line. then follow your instructions.
I also found another way, If you apply from the Effects > Audio Effects > both the Right fill and Left fill to a clip in the timeline and check only one of them, the other channel will come out in both channels
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Correct ...except Channel Mapping is more convenient that applying effects to clips on a timeline if you need to affect all of them at once.
Is there anyway to apply a plug in to a track in the Audio window. Seams like they should have made the tracks in the Audio window with inserts for plug ins. Or is this only possible in Soundbooth
My situation was that I made a video and sent it to MySpace. but the volume was a little low in comparison to other videos.
So I did increase the volume of the individual tracks in the Audio Window but it was not enough and the Master track volume defaults to full on (0 dB) so there was no way for me to increase the volume there.
Utlimately I had to apply a volume plug to the each clip that I had trimmed in the timeline or select each clip in the program window and choose CLIP > AUDIO >change gain
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There's also a way to do it in more controllable environment - SOUNDBOOTH - where, at the same session, you can "repair some other little things, since you're already there - like normalizing your file, getting rid of peaks, hum, etc...
And all of that you can do (using dynamic link) from Premiere's Timeline...
Right-click on Audio that you wanna work on, choose EDIT IN SOUNDBOOTH...(It doesn't work in all Presets, but in that case open SoundBooth and choose IMPORT ADOBE PREMIERE SEQUENCE... However - same time you do changes in SoundBooth, they already apply to your PPRO timeline!!!
Unless you choose to import it as independent Audio file and work on it, keeping the original safe...
Your Audio will open in SoundBooth single channel view - as single stereo channel, where your Audio will be either on upper or lower half of that Waweform - and therewith, heard only on left or right side of your speakers... That itself isn't that problematic, it can be maybe fixed with PPROs Audio effect Fill Right / Left... but the problem is the ammount of hum left on the other half of your stereo sound...
So, what you wanna do is Right-click on your opened Waveform in Soundbooth and choose INSERT CHANNELS (or INSERT WAVEFORMS) into MULTI TRACK FILE...
Multitrack rack will open, and all you have to do is copy your AUDIO from channel 1 into channel 2 - and thing is solved - miraculously you have perfectly even panned AUDIO clip... (Don't forget to DELETE channel 1 which is still there, containing just left or right portion and amplifying your mix....
After you've deleted ch1, you can enjoy ch2 with perfect result. Upper left corner of MULTITRACK VIEW has EDIT tab - click on it to get back into SINGLE VIEW - and from there either export your AUDIO, or just save it (if Dynamic Linked with PPRO - it'll change in PPRO TImeline as well!!!
That is more complicated way, but, as I mentioned above, it is worth doing if you plan to do some other repairments on your Audio track!
I hope I didn't confuse you with this post
You can add Track-Level Effects (some, but not all) in the Audio Mixer.
But I don't follow you on how to do this, could you give a little more details.