Dear Professionals, I would like from Premiere Pro CS5 export a video file that includes 4 mono audio tracks, so that the one who should play the video on a deck can import the file with him and all 4 individual audio tracks can be directly routed to its HD-Cam deck .
To this end I created a 16-track sequence in Premiere, and it fitted the first 4 tracks with my audio (IT, text 1, 2 and 3). The Mixer window's peak meters fidget on the first 4 tracks synonymous happily to herself, but when I export the movie, is apparently always made a mixdown to a stereo track. How can I prevent this? I have not found a way in the export dialog something other than mono, stereo or 5.1 to select.
In summary, my question is thus: How can I 4 audio channels in a video file to share? Does anyone know a solution to the problem?
Best regards, Sebastian
Antwort von Pianist:
Presumably, this is only on foot, then export the video track and then export the four tracks separately as WAV. Then he has to import individually and again throw in the timeline. Asynchronicities you get this in any event.
With other editing systems that would be the same way.