- August 19, 2011 at 12:06 pm
Hi, I wonder if someone can help please.
I am editing a TV show on Premiere CS5.5 and need to deliver a Prores 422 master with Final Mix on audio trx 1&2…and M&E on 3&4.
I have created stereo mixdowns of both audio trx required in Premiere on Audio Channels 1&2…but how do I export to Prores so that they are exported as 4 channels?
When I try I simply get 2 audio channels on the prores export…not the 4 that I need.
- August 19, 2011 at 7:00 pm
I am just a Premiere Pro rookie, but I think that isn’t possible (yet), Please use the form on the Adobe website to enter a feature request as I did. I hope Adobe overhauls the audio capabilities of Premiere to match or surpass FCP7.
If you have Final Cut Pro you can use that to add the MnE track. If you don’t have FCP then you can also use QuickTime Player 7 Pro.
First export a quicktime from Premiere with one stereo track. Export the MnE as a second stereo audio only track. (You can do this via Audition.)
-Then open both in QuickTime player.
-Select the Audio file.
-Command-A to select all the Audio.
-Command-C to copy it
-Make sure the QuickTime with video is positioned completely at the beginning, and hit alt-command-V
-hit command-J to open the the properties window. Here you can toggle either track on or off, so you can check if everything is running in sync.
- August 24, 2011 at 7:31 pm
Thanks for the advice!
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