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rubberband only affects one channel

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Hi,

I am asking this question for a student, so I don't have all the background.  She said she keyframed the rubberband to reduce volume over an area in a clip and only one channel responded.  Both channels were working OK, but the volume was reduced in only one.  Is there a way to accidently lock one channel in PRE?  Has anybody run into this before?  Thanks.

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rubberband only affects one channel

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Hi,

I am asking this question for a student, so I don't have all the background.  She said she keyframed the rubberband to reduce volume over an area in a clip and only one channel responded.  Both channels were working OK, but the volume was reduced in only one.  Is there a way to accidently lock one channel in PRE?  Has anybody run into this before?  Thanks.

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That definitely should not be the case. Unless she changed the rubber band from Volume Level to Panner mode.

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I'm sure that's exactly what happened.  I'll pass the info along.  Thanks for your help.

Zaffer

Update:  Not what's happening.  See below. 

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Hi Steve,

Update:  Unfortunately, that's not what's happening.  Here are some screen shots that show the problem.  Rubberband is set to volume; the screen shots show the keyframed area and the meter before and after lowering the volume.  Any other ideas as to what might be causing this?  Could it be a problem with the original mp4?  Thanks.

Zaffer

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I've never seen anything like that. I'm not sure what to recommend.

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