I am a production sound mixer and record my audio on a sound device 633 sound mixer. I record WAV poly (ISOs only) and I name each one of my individual channels per take so they may be brought into premiere for my editor to see exactly what each of my channels are recording in each one of my takes. When my editor brings my files into Premiere Pro my channels just say CH1. CH2. CH3. CH4. when I name them either a person's name or Boom Mic. Premiere Pro does not reveal the names I label each one of my channels by default like Davinci Resolve does. Is there a setting to turn on so that it may reveal what I have named each of my individual channels on my one take?
By default, this will renaming will not show.
But you could create a project with a sequence that does. Before adding any content to that project, save it to your hard drive as Project-X-Template.pproj and every time you intend to use it, copy that project, rename it and open it up to start editing.
Hope this helps.
I assume the track names will alter for different shots. Using a template won't help if the names change.
Richard van den Boogaard,
As Richard M Knight has hinted at, this is metadata at the clip (not track) level and should 'travel' with the clip whether channelization has been set to one channel per track (as you imply without being explicit) or several channels per clip in one track.
Yea, this is something that comes up time after time. I don't understand why Premiere's devs haven't worked that capablitity into the app. As there are other apps, mostly DAWs of course, that do read and apply those particular bits of metadata.
It would sure be useful!