Panning Audio Correctly

Participant ,
Jun 21, 2017 Jun 21, 2017

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We have a project where we have certain audio on Channel 1 (Panned -1 to the Left) and Channel 2 (Panned -1 to the Right).  Our client says that they are hearing faint audio of Channel 1 on Channel 2 and audio of Channel 2 on Channel 1.  Any suggestions to correct this?

Kenneth Davis, Director of Post Production
Pro Cuts Editing Services
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Participant , Aug 05, 2017 Aug 05, 2017
I found the Audio ---> Modify and that seemed to fix it.

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Jun 22, 2017 Jun 22, 2017

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Is this being sent to AME from Premiere Pro?

Post a screen shot of your audio settings.

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I found the Audio ---> Modify and that seemed to fix it.

Kenneth Davis, Director of Post Production
Pro Cuts Editing Services
(301) 464-5067 / (443) 274-6115 (Office)
(443) 274-6060 / (877) 827-6402 (FAX)
kgd@procutsediting.com / kgd_procuts@yahoo.com
www.procutsediting.com
2138 Priest Bridge Court, Suite 1
Crofton, MD 21114 USA
Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/procutsediting

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