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See help for audio channel mapping. You can set these up so each is on its own mono track.
Thanks. I've checked audio channel mapping, and found it only partially helpful, so far. For instance, I figured out how to get both channels to import as mono, but they both seem to be dumping into the both channels and mixing all by themselves.
Maybe someone with your camera can comment; doesn't make sense to me.
I wonder about whether your mikes are separated. Test this: put one of your regular clips (i.e. a stereo track that should have one mike on L channel and one on R) and use audio mixer to mute one channel.
Or if your master is stereo, you've got to decide how you want the 4 mono tracks to mix. Mute 3 and see if the one left is clean.
Thanks Stan. Yeah, I tried this. I get different mixes from the two mics based on their varying proximity to some sound sources, so I know that I have two channels and that the sound is not the same in both.
Appreciate your help. I'll solve the issue with the pan feature on the mixer. Probably should have done that right up front, anyway.
Thanks again, man. It's appreciated.
Add the Fill Left effect to one stereo pair, add Fill Right effect to the other.