- February 25, 2015 at 11:46 pm
I’m editing a short film, sound was recorded on 6 channels and I also received a stereo mix. I’ve ingested, synced, and merged clips and I’m starting to assemble. Now when I open up clips in the timeline the audio tracks multiply to 70 about half of which are mute. Premiere keeps crashing.
My work flow thus far:
Downloaded .mts video files and .wav from Dropbox.com
Transcoded .mts to .mov via Adobe Media encoder
Successfully synced 80% of footage in Pluraleyes
Opened Pluraleyes XMLs successfully in Premiere
I’ve had bad experience in pluraleyes in the past. So I’m probably going to attempt to re-sync in premiere.
Any ideas what could have gone wrong? Would appreciate any thoughts, obviously the error is chewing up major RAM
- June 11, 2015 at 5:05 pm
Hi Drigan Lee – I am experiencing the same thing – 26 tracks from 3-5! Did you find out anything about this? It makes the timeline unmanageable – cheers Sal
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