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I used Skype and Ecamm Call Recorder to record a podcast. Based on my last experience where I had a problem with echoing from my computer speakers into the mic, I decided to use headphones and a USB mic in order to record the call. However, when I play the .mov file back the conversation was recorded on two separate audio tracks. So my voice is on audio stream 1 and the guest is on audio stream 2. Is there a way for me to combine these two tracks without having to re-record the entire thing? When I converted the file into a .mp3 it seems that only the guest's side is captured.

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So you need some video/audio editing software to transcode the files. Possbily FFmpeg command line versions is good enough for the task. – Roman R. Oct 9 '12 at 21:39

You can use Audacity, its free all you have to do is import both files into one audio track and export them.

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