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Modify Audio Channels in Character Animator from Mono to Stereo

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Mar 11, 2023 Mar 11, 2023

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I use Premiere Pro and a Focusrite 2 Channel USB Audio Interface for making voiceovers for my videos.  The Focusrite records in mono, so it only plays back in the left headphone.   The solution is to right-click the voiceover audio file> select Modify> click "Audio Channels"> then change the audio channels from "Stereo" to "Mono" so it plays out of both headphones.  This works everytime.

 

I just started using Character  Animator and have encountered the same situation regarding my voiceover being recorded in mono and only playing back in my left headphone.  However, I cannot find a similar "Modify" feature to change the "Audio Channels" when I right-click on the audio file or any other files in the Character Animator project like I can in Premiere Pro.

 

How can I modify my audio recorded in mono to playback in stereo?

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Mar 13, 2023 Mar 13, 2023

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Adobe Character Animator does not have the ability to change audio channels.
If you want to convert mono to stereo, you can import an audio file from AodbeAudition, Premiere Pro, etc. and convert it.

I do not use a Focusrite audio interface, but I believe most 2-channel audio interfaces have a setting in the software or OS system that allows stereo playback even if recorded in mono.

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