I just upgraded to CS6 and have a small issue, I use 3 cams..2-ns5's and a smaller handheld something like cr150? Anyway, I used to have all 3 running fine on a timeline. This time I loaded the 2-ns5's and when I went to load the 150 it would stop my cpu dead. It would not freeze it would just try to load for an hour until I hit cancel. I tried several work arounds..until I finally converted it to a quicktime with aac audio. I have a suspicion the audio has something to do with it.
I am trying to download C-Span video so I can take short cuts of statements made during hearings. The problem is sometimes these statements are made hours into the hearing. I am able to successfully download a video clip using Houlo. Using their video player and certain other video players I was able to successfully view the downloaded video end to end; however, when I import that video into PP the audio is out of sync the farther I get away from the beginning from the start of the video. Do you have any suggestions on how I am to successfully do this?
For one of my sceans the audio is distorted and i have no idea how to fix it. I'm using the Adobe Premiere Pro program to edit it and I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix it with that program? Thanx.
Can you help? I'm new Zoom H6 user.
I recorded an important interview using Sennheiser G3 into my Zoom H6. I also used the XY Zoom mic.
I listened back on location, and the files played back perfectly. BUT when I came to edit today, once I imported it to my PC the Sennhieser feed is just loud crackle.
I have tested it, tested, formatted the SD card, sync'd the Sennheiser, and EVEN tested with a hand-held mic and cable, but still its the same problem.
Is it the codec settings on my PC? Any help will be MUCH appreciated
I am new to this forum, and not sure if my question was previously posted. Nowdays, most of my clients are demanding better audio, even though the on camera mic on my Ac90 is excellent. So I was looking into some options and found the Sennheiser ew100 g3, has a wireless plug on transmitter which can be plugged into any hand held mic. I was wondering if anyone has used this plug on to connect into the line output of the DJ mixer and connect the receiver to the camera using the 1/4 jack to XLR out.
While webcasting I get the line out from the hotel's Audio mixer which gets feeds from multiple mics) via an XLR cable and into my camcorder.
However, what I've been finding is that even though the gain and level of the line out on the mixer is set almost to max, and the levels on my cam's XLR input are also set to max, the incoming volume is not sufficient.
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