Audio tracks in Premiere Pro determine (but not force of PPro
Frage von Ulib: Juni 2010
Hello, I've searched now fixed, but no response to my "problem" seen.
Premiere Pro makes it sometimes not, audio clip (eg a noise) in a very specific, of my audio track to create an intentional, but "forcing" the clip to an audio track, which I would like to have but not really.
Example: On Audio1 is the OT of the video. On 2 is the audio of me inflicted background music. Now I would like to track down "constantly look" to the necessarily have to sound a sound effect clip (or a speaker from the off, etc.) lay third
It happens then that PPro allows this clip only on track 5 or 6. I know that the whole thing is just a "comfort" issue. Can I still reach that the audio clip on the track just ends up that I want (grrrr. ..)
If so, how? Thanks for the tip
Antwort von Bespi:
Which track is it all? Mono, stereo or multi? You can not Stereoclip namely a place in a mono track! The premiere is because, unfortunately, not be so intuitive, such as Final Cut or Edius, where you can still change the setting in the Timeline. In Premiere you have already in the project window on a clip with the right mouse button and go to audio channels can then interpret a mono clip as stereo or vice versa. It is still possible in the synonymous Projektfernster Stereoclip select one and go on clip - Audio Options - split to mono. Premiere is now presenting two new clips into the project window, jeweills named correctly for the left and right page.