Say it ain't so: Premiere 6.5 for Windows

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Mark A. Smith, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. Mark A. Smith

    RGBaker Guest

    I have Jvc 5000 which does the same thing on audio and I have the
    I think your are confusing ch1/2 (one stereo pair) with ch3/4 (2nd stereo
    pair, 32k 12 bit only). If you successfully capture these 'extra' audio
    channels, they are filed either as a separate .wav file or as alternatives
    to the first pair ... Premiere doesn't know how to open a clip with two
    stereo tracks attached.

    The copy/paste option works only with a single stereo pair (left/right in
    Premiere speak) even though your camcorder many label that same l/r pair as
    ch1/ch2 as it does with my PD150 ... which is a two channel mono device as
    shipped, not configured for stereo unless you use a 2nd microphone.

    RGBaker, Jul 3, 2003
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  2. Mark A. Smith

    GMAN Guest

    That cant be right as even the lowly Pinnacle Studio 7/8 could choose it via
    software before the transfer from camera to computer.
    GMAN, Jul 4, 2003
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  3. Mark A. Smith

    David Winter Guest

    Indeed, and perhaps we should put Mark out of his misery. Premiere's
    1394OHCI capture function has no means of accessing the 2nd stereo pair if
    used. IIRC, some of the proprietary capture plug-ins do - like Matrox,
    Canopus, etc.


    : > In Premier: 6 or 6.5, you have to capture both channels however:
    : >
    : > click on the audio track to select it. Now right click on it, select
    : > options,
    : > now you can select Duplicate L or R or Mute L or R that should do ya...
    : This would work if you only wanted half of a single stereo pair ... but
    : thread is pursuing two stereo pairs as found in the 32K/12bit option.
    : GB
    David Winter, Jul 11, 2003
  4. Mark A. Smith

    Mark Smith Guest

    I did solve the problem with Scenalyzer, very nice $33 solution.
    Mark Smith, Jul 14, 2003
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