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How to get Quicktime on a Mac to use channels 25 & 26 as the audio for movies?

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asked Nov 30, 2015 in Classic Mixers by WooTechie (120 points)

My church, First Presbyterian of Wooster Ohio, purchased a StudioLive 24.4.2 in 2013.  We have been happily using it to control microphones and record services  since.  In the last year we purchased a Sony PTZ camera so as to make video recordings of the services with QuickTime Player on an iMac.  You can see and hear some of those recordings at firstpreswooster.org/worship.  As you will hear, the audio mix we are getting on those recordings is awful.  Obviously, I don’t know how to get the mix on channels 25 & 26 to be what is recorded on the QuickTime movie recording.  Is this a hardware or software problem?  Help!

 

Carl Zimmerman

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answered Dec 1, 2015 by matthewgorman (51,840 points)
Probably more software than hardware. You would need something like Studio One Pro, or Adobe Audition to combine the video and audio streams. This would be post production work, not a streaming application.

 

I am sure there is something more in the line of broadcast applications for TV or similar, but cost would probably be at a different level. Some cameras do have the ability to take an audio feed from an external source, but from what I see your does not have that option.
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