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I am capturing from an analog device that only has a mono output. When it comes into iMove it only plays out of the left speaker. I can't seem to locate and stereo sound preferences. Is there some way I can copy what is on the left and put it on the right?

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I am capturing from an analog device that only has a mono output. When it comes into iMove it only plays out of the left speaker. I can't seem to locate and stereo sound preferences. Is there some way I can copy what is on the left and put it on the right?
If your audio could be exported as an mp3 or Aiff, and then imported into GarageBand it is possible. You would duplicate the track then pan left/right and export/import back into iMovie.
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If your audio could be exported as an mp3 or Aiff, and then imported into GarageBand it is possible. You would duplicate the track then pan left/right and export/import back into iMovie.
Yeah, I was hoping for something that did not take alot of time, exporting then importing then more exporting and importing. iMovie just can't do that itself eh? thanks anyways

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