I've gotten used to older versions and each time I'm adjusted it seems that something has changed and it's really aggrevating.
Once upon a time when you moved a video track up the audio would move down in the same manner. Then it didn't move up but it was still connected so when you moved it sideways it would atleast be attached and synced. Now it's not attached at all, even when the options say that it is. I went through and edited a few sequences with the video thinking that the audio was still attached, but it was all messed up. Now not only do I have to start over but I need a way to keep them together so I'm not constantly dragging & clicking the audio with the video to move them around. It's really irritating and has slowed down my workflow; especially since they don't move onto another track automatically. You guys are quickly becoming less useful than mac by trying to appease everyone.
What, if any, way is there to connect the sound & audio so that they're right where I need them both to be when they're moved?
Sorry for the issue. It might be an issue with source patching or Linked selection.
Please check this article: FAQ: Why does audio or video not go to the track where I drop it?
Vidya, what the OP is posting about is that say you have a clip with video and audio on V1 and A1.
Drag the video to V2 a bit down the line.
Expected behavior ... audio now is on A2 still synced with video.
What happens ... audio is still on A1, and synced with V1 still ... and may have over-written the audio file already on A1.
Which is not what used to happen, and is annoying.
Same problem here I know about the Linked selection toggle, but no matter what I do im faced with posistioning the audio down a few tracks and then moving video into the timeline or else the audio from my new track will overwrite the audio on A1.. so frustrating
Make sure its on.