Convert Audio to Mono
I want to be able to split my audio. In premiere there is the Fill with Left or Fill with Righ effect - that could suffice or if I could just convert the clip to two mono tracks from one stereo track that would be great.
I have a camera that only records audio to the right channel so I only get audio out of one speaker in Rush.
Thanks Jared, this is a great suggestion! We will see how we can work a solution into Rush. Out of curiosity, are you using an external mic that only records to one channel? If not, what camera are you using?
Nicholas Kendal commented
Id love to see this feature, or any feature, appreciate its probably not a huge deal for mobile devices, but it feels essential for desktop users,
Any solution to the problem would be great, whether its a mono setting or duplicating audio from one channel to the other.
Brad Young commented
I need this also. I record audio from the audio panel of my airplane and it is only on one channel.
Alessandro Belli commented
I really need this, my external mic record only mono in a stereo track... and whenever I try to open it in premiere pro... it crashes!
Henry McCall commented
hello! i dont see this feature incorporated yet - was it, and I can't find it, and if not - would love this feature! I have old footage with damaged one side audio and I would love to be able to edit in rush for certain projects (rather than premier. Thanks!
David Wivell commented
Yes, If we had the ability to fill audio / dual mono then it looks like Rush would be very well suited to my needs. I always shoot with two channels - camera mic on channel 1 for environment and back-up - and a cabled or wire-less on Channel 2 for the dialogues/soundbites. I have just started playing with Rush (ummm... yesterday... I normally use FCPro) and it seems like it would be great... if I can get the (good) audio to play out of both ears!
Harald Jacobsen commented
This is very important for me since I use two channels of audio. The left channel is 10 dB lower than the right channel so I have a backup if an audio track is clipping.
This feature is a must have!
Yes, this is really useful especially with camcorder audio where the main audio is speaking/narration. If the camcorder records in stereo, then the audio wavers back and forth between L and R depending where the speaker is.
Also helps when you are adding SFX and you need to quickly 'de-stereo' a sound clip to make it more subtle.
Jared Isham commented
Awesome. Thanks for trying to incorporate this.
As far as the camera I'm using...funny story. I have a Canon 60D with an external mic. The mic jack is a little broken so it only records to the right channel with an external source. Needless to say, when I eventually upgrade my camera the issue will be fixed.