- June 11, 2021 at 10:21 am
I’m pretty sure (like 95% sure) that there used to be an audio mixdown command in Premiere that would create a track with a rendered audio file of all your sequence’s audio. The long way around is obviously exporting the sequence’s audio, importing it back, and placing it in a new track… But I’m almost certain this could be done with one click before. I’m currently using Pr Pro 2020 and I can’t seem to find this option.
- June 11, 2021 at 1:49 pm
Do you mean like creating a Master track?
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- June 11, 2021 at 3:55 pm
Hi, Eric, thanks for your response! This is definitely a quicker solution than exporting/reimporting. But it still is a workaround in my opinion, when it could (and indeed I’m sure it used to be) as easy as one click. It’s not something I’ve needed too often, but the couple of times I have I have in my mind that there was literally a mixdown option, that is it said “mixdown audio” or “mixdown audio into new track”, something like that. I don’t know… maybe I’m crazy, haha! But for now, until I get to the bottom of this mystery, I’ll be using this trick you linked to. It never occurred to me that by nesting the clips and then replacing them with a rendered version they would render as one file (which is basically a mixdown, granted); I figures that they would always be rendered and reimported as individual clips, albeit within a nested comp. Thanks again for the tip!
- June 14, 2021 at 3:19 pm
For anything that elaborate I work in Pro Tools.
Some suggested Audition but I have never worked in that mode.
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