5 Replies Latest reply on Nov 28, 2011 4:49 AM by Harm Millaard

    sound problem in premiere CS5.5

    alainbettens

      I do not have audition.

       

      I have in the same project some record in mono and others in stéreo.

       

      When i listen i have the two channels for the stereo and One channel for the mono.

      I would like to have both channel in output for the mono also......

       

      Sorry for bad english but i am belgian.

       

      Thaks to all for answering

       

      alain

        • 1. Re: sound problem in premiere CS5.5
          Harm Millaard Level 7

          You are not a true Belgian, you are a Wallonian.

           

          Anyway, if your master track is stereo, your mono track will be included in the master track and appear as a stereo track. If you want to use the mono track during the editing as stereo, use the file/modify command to treat a mono track as stereo.

          • 2. Re: sound problem in premiere CS5.5
            alainbettens Level 1

            Thanks for this fast answer

            No i am a bruxelaar……..

             

            I have premiere CS5.5

            I do not find wher to go to make “. If you want to use the mono track during the editing as stereo, use the file/modify command to treat a mono track as stereo”

            I work on sequence already edited

            Can you explain me more wher i have to go.........

            Thanks in advance

             

            alain

            • 3. Re: sound problem in premiere CS5.5
              Harm Millaard Level 7

              Right click on a clip in the project panel and select Modify / Audio channels. Note however that this only applies to clips not yet in your timeline. An alternative approach is to simply duplicate the audio track to a next audio track and set the pan of the first audio track to left and the second one to right from the audio mixer.

               

              Brussels, he. That is tricky with Tervuren, Vilvoorde, Brussels, Zaventem, Anderlecht, Beersel, etc. Almost as tricky as Di Rupo and Moody's.

              • 4. Re: sound problem in premiere CS5.5
                alainbettens Level 1

                Thanks.....

                but mi problemis that i have already all into the timeline and mi editing is finsh.......

                So i will use an export in .avi to make the transformation. If it is the only alternative.....

                 

                Thanks for all

                 

                i am in Brussels/berchem saint agathe.....

                • 5. Re: sound problem in premiere CS5.5
                  Harm Millaard Level 7

                  Why not first add an audio track, then select all the clips in your timeline, CTRL+A, CTRL+C and CTRL+V with the newly created audio track targetted and then apply the pan to left and right in the audio mixer?

                   

                  It will look like this:

                   

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