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Logitech Capture software for c922 Pro only records in stereo?

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    Praveen R

    Hi there, thanks for following up on your case. We'd love to keep the conversation going directly with the Support Team. The team has reviewed your case and will be in touch via email as soon as possible. Do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions as the team follows up or in the meantime as the conversation continues there.

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    Praveen

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  • R Sarkozy

    Dear Praveen R., and/or anyone who can help...

    Why not post the results to Adam's question above so we can all learn?

    Thanks

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  • Rob German

    Was this ever answered? I have exact same problem with a AKG mic through a Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 Audio interface. Records fine, but only plays back in left speaker. I have tried it in mono and stereo out settings in the Scarlett software with no change. Looks like the Logi application has a significant gap? The audio captured by the 922 is not acceptable...FYI. Please let us know. Thank you.

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  • CRAIG ROBERTS

    To reiterate Rob's question, was this ever answered? Similarly, I am feeding my Neumann TLM103 into a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 audio interface with normal recording by the Logitech Capture software, but left channel only playback.  Can this be remedied?  Thanks very much.

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  • R Sarkozy

    While we're waiting on some kind of competent feedback, I guess I can suggest a possible understanding or workaround based upon my research.

    What I believe is that IF two mics are actually recording (assuming two mics actually exist - which is still in question for me), then the recording format may be .pcm (which it probably is and a very capable format) AND encoded stereo.  If .pcm is being used, then in spite of playing-back (apparently) only one channel, it is actually both left-right channels combined being piped through.  I guess I'm suggesting all the stereo - even Dolby 7.1 is (or could be) there.  If that is the case, then decoding the left-right channels may be possible via software decoders which are able to decode various .pcm formats.

    It would be great if we could have those thoughts competently debunked or confirmed...  ...or something.

    How about:  Are there physically two mics?  Does each mic record/store it's own signal or not?  Are each of these signals encoded into a single decode-able signal and stored in a file like .pcm (or other)?  And so on... no?

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