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AC3 Codec A52

Explorer ,
Jul 16, 2021 Jul 16, 2021

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I'm working on editing some footage from a DVR of my television station.  Since our main audio feed is AC3 5.1 surround and not stereo Premiere seems to have a problem with this.  It will not accept that first channel and defaults to using the 2nd stereo program identified as Stream 2 on VLAN.

 

The file is a .mts file and the 1st stream will be the audio I want while the 2nd stream is spanish, or useless in my case as the program I'm editing doesn't use that audio stream.

 

What can I do here?  We upload this to youtube and even youtube is igorning the audio until it seems that 2nd stream.  Really I just need to trim files so I don't need the editor but that seems to be the only logical step.

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Jul 17, 2021 Jul 17, 2021

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Do you mean it doesn't show that stream in properties or the Source monitor? Or doesn't apply it on a sequence in a timeline?

 

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Jul 17, 2021 Jul 17, 2021

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Premier does not see the first stream at all in the property. I have to open VLC player to see this information.

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I don't think Premiere really handles mts files all that well, if I recall correctly. I'm wondering if that is one of the formats that one can simply change the mts to mp4 and Premiere handles it? I know there's a couple formats that folks just change that suffix for.

 

Would be a quick test ... change the suffix on a file,  try to import it into PrPro.

 

Hoping someone more adequate to help with this specific question pops in ...

 

Neil

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