In fast turnaround edits I usually string out all clips from the camera card into a sequence, load it into the source monitor and edit from there. This gives me a fast way to scrub through all the footage from the card. Because the clips have multchannel audio, I usually only want to listen to a specific track. e.g. boom mic, lav mic, camera mic etc. To do this, I can solo or mute tracks in the audio clip mixer. In version 18.104.22.168 this doesn't work.
Steps to reproduce bug:
1. Import clips with multichannel audio. e.g. XDCAM HD422
2. Create new sequence from imported clips.
3. Load sequence in source monitor.
4. Check audio clip mixer to solo/mute tracks.
Audio clip mixer only shows one track. Seems like only the first.
Audio clip mixer should show all available tracks to be able to solo/mute. e.g. XDCAM 8 tracks
Premiere version 13.1.5, behaves as expected.
Premiere Pro (Beta) v22.214.171.124
MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016) 13,3
macOS 10.14.6 (18G4032)
2.9 GHz 4-Core Intel Core i7
16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
Radeon Pro 460 4 GB
OWC Thunderbay4 Softraid RAID5
And of course, there's no keyboard shortcuts to mute audio ... sigh ...
I could not replicate on 14.2 or 14.3.0 with 4 channel XDCAM EX
The bug happens, when you close the sequence before loading it into the source monitor. I can provide a screen recording if you need.
Replicated! Exists in 14.3, and 14.2, not 13.1.5
Thanks for posting your findings here. We are aware of this issue and have it logged as a bug.
@mattchristensen The Bug still exists in 126.96.36.199. I really want to upgrade from 13.1.5 but this prevents me. Any news on fixing this?
Sorry, no update on this yet.