Premiere Pro CS5 capture help
So I just got my self CS5 and am loving it. 64bit is amazing!!!
I've had no problems until I tried to capture footage from my Sony VX-1000 DV camera.
I've captured with it in CS4 and in CS3 with no problems. I don't have access to another camera at the moment.
Basically I can capture footage in DV and play it back, I see the video and I hear the sound, however when I drag a clip to the timeline it wants to create 4 mono tracks instead of placing just one stereo audio track into audio track one on the timeline. So I checked the footage in the project window and of course it says "32000 Hz - 16-bit - 4 mono". The footage has audio on the first and second track, the other 2 mono tracks have nothing.
WHY!!!!! :( How can I capture it to 32000 Hz - 16-bit - Stereo??
In CS4/CS3 when capturing it would capture as 1 single stereo track, I don't understand.
I've searched for a place to change the capture settings for the audio, but couldn't find one. I can source Channel Map it to something else, but it doesn't go to just one stereo track. The closest I can map it to is if I choose stereo, where it captures to "32000 Hz - 16-bit - 2 stereo" where this time only one of the tracks have audio, the other is blank.
Anyhelp would be appreciated!!
8core Mac Pro
10gigs of Ram
Adobe CS5 Master Collection
Last edited by sk8_aholic; 07-07-2010 at 03:31 AM.
Acer Aspire Intel Core 2 Q6600 Quad
2.4 GHz Processer
500GB SATA HD
300GB IDE External HD (usb)
2GB DDR2 RAM
16x DVD DL Burner
ATI Radeon X1650SE PCI-E Graphics Card
Dual Monitor (19" DVI LCD, 19" VGA LCD)
Adobe Production Studio CS3
Steinberg Cubase SX3
Sony VX-1000 with Modded Raynox MX-3000 Lens