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Final Cut - split screen,need to have both video's audio playing in the final product


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Hi, I have a problem that I am sure has an easy fix, but I cannot remember how to make it work. I am building a split screen with 2 different video images. I need to have BOTH video's audio playing in the final product. What settings do I use to make this happen? Do I need to adjust my timeline patch panel settings?? I need to wrap this video today and am completely stuck. I realize this is a simple problem, thanks for the help!!

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I'm not sure I'm following you... each video should have its own audio track as a separate timeline.
Just keep both active when you export it.

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With that you should just need 4 audio tracks and two video tracks - the two video tracks to play the 2 videos simultaneously and the 4 audio tracks, L+R audio for video track 1 is A1A2, L+R of video track two associate with A3A4.

If you don't have 4 audio tracks, just right click in the audio track section and add tracks as necessary.

You'll prolly need to tweak the audio levels to make it sound right tho.

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