split stereo audio Camtasia 2019

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Can you separate left and right audio within the same track.? I.E. When I record an interview/conversation between two people I will put separate wireless lapel microphones on each of the subjects.  One mic will be routed to Channel 1/L on the camera the other to Channel 2/R. The camera sums the two audio channels up together as a binaural track. During the editing process I will typically switch back and forth between the two mics so that I only have one microphone up at a time. Thus reducing any extraneous ambient noise such as cars going by coming in from the second microphone.     
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Joe Morgan

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Camtasia doesn't have the capability of separating the left and right audio tracks.
You could export the audio from Camtasia. Open it in a program like audacity. Exporting each track individually.
Then import those tracks back into Camtasia and treat them as you wish.

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I think you'd just get  mono? maybe times two?
To get two audio tracks, you need 2 audio sources, like 2 mics. 
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Camtasia exports audio in stereo.
The poster is recording to stereo utilizing 2 mics.
1 is captured to the right channel and the other mic to the left channel.
I don't see any reason it shouldn't work.

Adobe's Audition let's you import videos these days.You don't need to export the audio from Camtasia unless it's a .trec. You could even  extract a .trec if you wanted to. But thats actually a longer way around. And another story.

I think Audacity might support video import these days? Don't use it, I don't know?