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Mike Harrison

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March 16th 2015
4 Posts
Dealing with nested audio in Premiere Pro CC 7.2.2
by Roger Matthews 5 years ago
Hi, so previously I have been working with nested multicam video and nested audio together (one video track, and one audio track). However, I am hitting some issues with the nested audio workflow, and
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Mike Harrison liked this 5 years ago
Flattening sequences while retaining all audio tracks source sequence
by Julian Martinz 5 years ago
Hi there As stated in the topic I am wondering if there is a solution to flatten sequences but retain the multiple audio tracks of the source sequence in the final sequence. I am editing a documentary
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Mike Harrison liked this 5 years ago
Re: Flattening sequences while retaining all audio tracks source sequence
by Mike Harrison 5 years ago
+1 So dumb that this isn't clearly available. Finding that even workaround techniques aren't pulling through.
Markers in Premiere 6.0 and above
by Alvin Lowery 5 years ago
Has the marker issue been fixed where the marker stays with the clip if you insert or extract segments from the timeline
Re: Markers in Premiere 6.0 and above
by Mike Harrison 5 years ago
Hello, This feature is really great, except for one thing - I really wish when you used this function to ripple delete footage and bring markers backwards on the timeline accordingly, that it also DEL
Editing on set and connecting audio afterwards
by Mike Harrison 5 years ago
Hello - I know what you're thinking: "You have to sync the audio first, then edit later! gahh!" Well, this may be true, but imho, there definitely SHOULD be a way to do this, particularly as an AE who
Re: Editing on set and connecting audio afterwards
by Ht Davis 5 years ago
To keep your original clipping, dupe sequence. Save project. Get clips merged in Prelude, send to premiere pro, import other project, go to project panel, open dupe sequence, in project panel, select
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