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  1. Question Adding Sound In Both Channels

    I wonder is it possible to do something about an AVI-file that happend to have the complete sound basicly in the left "speaker channel" only
    i can hear a small sound in my headphones from the right "channel" allso
    but i would like to have this file 50/50 on both sides, is there any known editing tool thath can achieve this?

    someone gave me earlier an advice to use Goldware & Virtual Dubmod in combination
    the problem is just thath this affected AVI fails to load inside Virtual Dubmod for some reason
    so basicly you can say i need guidense in fixing the both channel audio, seens im pretty bad with editing tools i need some guidense

    thanks in advance

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    Not sure about other apps, but in Sony Vegas you can tell it to use just the left or right on both channels. What editor do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media View Post
    Not sure about other apps, but in Sony Vegas you can tell it to use just the left or right on both channels. What editor do you use?
    well im a newbie, and i have tested VirtualDub only

    but i accually have this "Sony Vegas Movie Studio 6"!! that we got with another program
    but you know i have never ever tested it, seens i didnt know what it whas, but now i know its a wery complicated editing application
    so count on thath i will need a description how i shall navigate inside the program
    but if you want, please tell me how i shall do to it, to change channels like you said, i can make a try,

    thanks in advance
    Last edited by Kloppstock; 01-18-2007 at 03:23 PM.

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    If you want to do the job propperly then you really need to buy a pro audio program such as cakewalk's sonar 6 or cuebase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeD View Post
    If you want to do the job propperly then you really need to buy a pro audio program such as cakewalk's sonar 6 or cuebase.
    the thing is im on good way allready

    i have splitted the complete sound from thís movie and converted it to a mono MP3 on 73 Mb and the output has now sound in both channels,
    the issue is just thath for some reason the free appl VirtualDubMod refuse to load the movie, now when im about to somehow merge this new sound from my MP3 to replace my old movie sound, and then save it as a new avi
    (some people have instructed me to this)
    the movie is ok and works exellent, so its strange thath it becomes an "error"

    so what i need now is a application that can do this above, ore something similar

    i have installed the Cubase Demo now
    perhaps it can do something for me in this matter?

    but im relly bad at allt his stuff, so some uinstructions would be really great

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeD View Post
    If you want to do the job properly then you really need to buy a pro audio program such as cakewalk's sonar 6 or cuebase.
    Not if you have Vegas Luke. The full program comes stuffed with a ton of sound editing facilities and plug-ins. Full 5.1 mixing just to name one.

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    mmm, I think i might have to buy vegas. People keep saying how good it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media View Post
    Not sure about other apps, but in Sony Vegas you can tell it to use just the left or right on both channels.
    Quote Originally Posted by LukeD View Post
    If you want to do the job propperly then you really need to buy a pro audio program such as cakewalk's sonar 6 or cuebase.
    Im back
    and i now have

    Cubase SX 2.1
    Cakewalk Sonar 6
    Sony Vegas 6

    ..ready here

    but i don't know where to start in either of them, im a complete audi-editing amateur, and as a human being im a person that need direct orders to get anything done would like to have as good DVD sound as the souche-file, and preferable in both channels!

    Here is the victim

    Data source: DVD
    DVD title number: 1
    Runtime: 01:39:58

    [Video]
    Video format: NTSC
    FPS: 23.976
    Size: 624 x 464
    Video bitrate (kbps): 1049
    Video codec: xvid
    2-pass-encoded: yes
    Fast resizing: yes
    Last edited by Kloppstock; 01-20-2007 at 11:04 PM.

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    so if I'm reading this right, you now have a video file and a corresponding mp3 which you want to combine, right?

    This is really easy to do in sony vegas.

    1) open Vegas,

    2) drag the video onto one of the video tracks

    3) right click on the "voice" track (the one that has audio from the video file on it)

    4) select "delete track"

    5) drag the mp3 onto one of the audio tracks

    6) click on "make movie" at the top of the screen

    7) follow the instructions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexalexalex View Post

    click on "make movie" at the top of the screen

    7) follow the instructions!
    thank you, it worked a long way

    i just can't see any "make movie" button there

    Sony Vegas 7. The manual has toold me everything exept how to do this

    do you have a in-program picture ore anything over where this button are hiding?

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