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steve dann
Can you pan audio tracks on t/l before adding content?
on Sep 25, 2010 at 2:08:31 pm

That's it really, I kow how to pan individual clips or whole tracks and how to select stereo and mono for the t/l but is there a way to set pan on tracks before you start dropping clips in.
Ideally I'd like tr 1 left tr 2 &3 centre.


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Jerry Hofmann
Re: Can you pan audio tracks on t/l before adding content?
on Sep 25, 2010 at 3:26:43 pm

No way to do this to a track before you've added the clips I'm afraid.

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John Fishback
Re: Can you pan audio tracks on t/l before adding content?
on Sep 25, 2010 at 4:49:39 pm

You can speed-up the process by setting the pan of your first clip, copy it (Cmd-C), select the following clips, and then Paste Attributes (Opt-V) select Audio > Pan.

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Nick Meyers
Re: Can you pan audio tracks on t/l before adding content?
on Sep 27, 2010 at 12:03:01 pm

you cant assign any value or effect to individual tracks,
BUT
you can assign a specific OUTPUT to an individual track.
so if you have an i/o card with lots of audio outs you can set your timeline up so that specific tracks send to specific outputs.

you do all this in the sequence settings > audio outputs panel.

if your audio card is feeding a mixer you are all set.
QuickTime Movie exports from this timeline will have separate mono audio tracks for each separate output.


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