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    My gear.
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    Dual mono
    48/24
    Phantom power
    WAV file.


    I am using Sony Vegas peo12 right now for editing. I will upgrade eventually. If noticed that when I upload my audio in Vegas, I am not given the option to change the audio channel settings for the audio to come out of the left or right channel. Upon uploading, the Audi does come out of both but I am perplexed as to why I am unable to tweet it the way I would like. When I upload an MP3 song file, i am able to switch the channels ubt one with my dialogue files, when I try to go into that part of the program i can see the settings up they appear greyed out as if to say it's telling me " access denied" any suggestions? Thanks.

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    when you right click the track (in the timeline) and channels do you see left or right only or swap? I use vegas 11 for my personal stuff. when I use vegas on any puter the very first thing that I do is to remove the GPU video acceleration. That thing gave me so many problems pretty much all the time. I don't see any improvement rendering or anything else, just problems. Turn it off and everything works.


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    hi, thanks for replying., When I click left on the audio track while it is in timeline I do see the option to switch it in either the left or right channel but the thing is, I am unable to click on any of those choices at all. They're there but, they have a grey tint over the left, right channel as well as " Both" and "Combined" it's like it doen't want me to do switch it. this problem is only with the audio I recorded with my Tascam Dr 60DmkII which are set on the settings in my original post. If I put an MP3 song into the same timeline ( As I do for my podcast for song breaks) the MP3 file allows me those options but not the WAV files. very odd. What do you mean by " Puter" ? again, thanks


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    the only reason I can imagine is that the track holds 1 channel (only), or mono. Could you right click the track in timeline, then properties, then general and see if the stream is mono or stereo?


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    I'd like to suggest a more practical way to handle mono tracks in post, regardless of the source. It's always better in my opinion to have the ability to manipulate in post ingesting whatever comes out from a recorder (settings can get messy, forgotten or worse). As long as there is a feed everything should be easy to address in post.
    if you record a mono track (1 channel mono) you can always split it into 2 channels (mono L/R) for the timeline . A simple program like audacity or even VLC can do that. fast.
    I'll show how to do it in VLC for example:
    start VLC, then convert/save, add the track (wav in your case), convert, profile Audio MP3 , edit profile, audio codec, set sample rate and number of channels 2 (1,2 or more)
    save and start the conversion
    now you have the same mono feed split into 2 channels (mono Left and mono right), so you can do whatever you want in the timeline.
    Another way would be to set it in the recorder (2 mono channels split) or with a splitter cable (Y) but again I'd rather have the ability to do it in post regardless of the recorder and additional cables may introduce distortions or worse.


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    Two work arounds I can think of.

    1. Split your stereo file into two mono files. See if you can then pan each file the way you want to in Vegas Pro.
    2. Convert your stereo wav file to an mp3 file, then see if you can do the same as with your music files.


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    Thanks guys. It's weird how the program is just not letting me what I need. it just greys me out. odd.


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