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joe tombarelloAudio Capture Problem - No Right Channel
by on Jul 8, 2008 at 8:05:38 pm

Hello COW Members! I've been helped many times by the Community. I'm stumped on this audio issue and I'm in the need of some experienced help.

I'm on PP CS3, I've digitized Video with two different Mic sources (Lavelier on the Left Channel, Shotgun on Right Channel) Video picture and channel 1 are clear and looking good, Channel 2 however is another story. There is VERY low sound or there is NO sound whatsoever in some clips... Upon checking the raw .AVI files it seems to have been captured that way.

My Edit is in a Standstill, Thy Client awaits...

I've checked all my hardware, tried multiple cameras, Firewire cables etc. I feel I've isolated the problem down to to the point of capture.

Now when digitizing using windows movie maker it does the same thing- Which leads me to the firewire card, not the program that i capture with...


Some Facts:
I'm digitizing to an .AVI Codec.
Video card: Nvidia Quadro FX 540
Firewire Card: VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller
Audio Card : Realtek High Definition Audio card


I've have collected some posts with very similar problems...

-Similar problem, this post says that Firewire can't capture channel 2 audio (?)
http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/3/873129

-This one sounds like my story, but no solution
http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/3/876180#876229

-Same problem, He solved it with a thrid party workaround. Scenalyzer.
http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/3/868739


I Trust that Premiere Pro CS3 can provide professional two channel audio input through firewire for editing, its got to be something I'm doing wrong. I have other editing options (FCP, AVID) but I want to fix this so I can add Premiere Pro to my editing platform arsenal. (plus, The Dynamic link to AFX is GREAT, can't get that on an AVID!)

Thank in advance to all who reply-


JT


JT


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