My drivers for my right joystick are n't configured right and when i put in the software disk they still record the same kind of tracking its never calibrated to be true it always vears off to the right
I had the same problem but I guess i has to do with the program button, so what you have t do is to press the program button and when it is red you push the button that you are having problem with the jostick program will asume that you don't need the pre set progam
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I havent played with acid a lot... but this is what i can tell you... most of the softwares have configurable inputs... seems like your inputs are configured as stereo input and hence it will pick up the signal from both the left and right discreetly... which means that you would need to feed audio to both the channels for the meter to pump on both bars...The other option is to PAN the track center and not hard left right... this would get audio to both ears of headphone as well as the output meters... these are basically some of the few things tht will get u sound on both ears and bars... The bigger question here thoug is why do you want to record in stereo?? and not mono?
You've recorded your video and you're ready to view it on a PC.
Now you need to finalise the disk before you can see it on the PC, otherwise the PC will not be able to read it.
To finalise the disk, connect your camera to the power adapter, plug the adapter into a wall socket, and switch on the wall socket, then switch on the camera.
To get to the finalise step. switch on the camera, press FUNC (on the top left side of the camera), move the joystick down to get to MENU, press SET on the joystick, move the joystick down to get to DISC OPERATIONS, then select FINALIZE, using the SET on the joystick. Finalising will now start.
Make sure you do not move the camcorder or switch off the wall adapter during finalisation - this could cause problems.
It's supposed to only record on the left side. When it's in "INST/MIC" mode the left channel has your mic on it and the right channel has your instrument, so you can mix them separately. Just configure your recording software to put the left channel on one track and the right channel on another track.