Hi, Some time ago I had this time made a request, now I have heard of Adobe:
*** Notes *** s.den customers 17/06/2010 Dear xxx, Thank you for your feedback. I've seen the whole thing again and s.unseren Test machines adjusted. Premiere Pro can detect only the audio tracks as one and capture. You can see if the audio tracks or channels with an additional software are stored separately and then of Canon in Premiere read can be, but the individual importing the program can not . Realize If you have further questions we are happy to provide. Yours sincerely, Andreas xxxx Adobe Technical Support
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Not seem to work! Is there a buy software on the Mac with which I could capture that and get 4 channels?
Thank you, pemakus
Antwort von Axel:
In Final Cut Pro manual to # 5.1.4 (since apparently nothing new) can be found on the XL H1 Remark:
Final Cut Pro records only the first two channels of audio, although the camcorder can record four channels. (By the additional use of an HD-SDI - video interface of a third-party recording of four channels is possible.)
This solution should work for Premiere synonymous. The four channels seem to be something exotic to HDV. A particularly elegant solution is this:
... use a mini headphone-to - mini headphone jack to connect from the headphone jack on the camera and the back of the computer, then to navigate using the audio monitors button off the camera to channels 3 and 4, and then to open Quicktime Pro and create a new audio file, hit play on the camera and record directly from the headphone jack. Then in Final Cut Pro you can unlink the stereo pair in the modify menu and create two mono tracks, each of which will have one channel of your audio on it. I have not tried this yet, but it might be a temporary workaround until a solution is found.
Until you're done, you have hired a noise maker, who dubbed thee all channels ...