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Change the audio file associated with a video source file?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Is there a way to change the audio file associated with a video source file in Premiere?

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Community Beginner , Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

The audio I want to replace is attached to the original video file, so I think the only solution in Premiere is to...

 

  1. Create a new sequence with original video file.
  2. Replace audio in sequence with new audio.
  3. Export whole sequence as a new source file (with exact same settings and duration as video/audio file)
  4. Replace original file with newly created file.

 

Voila: same video but new audio.

 

Kind of a long way around but probably better than just painstakingly mimicing your audio edit in the sequence w

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Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Select the replacement clip in a bin.

Unlink the video and audio, then right click on the audio and choose Replace with clip from bin.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 04, 2024 Apr 04, 2024

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Hey Peru Bob, thanks for the suggestion. I've only recently had a chance to try it out...

 

I want to to change the audio connected with a video file in an edit. When I try what you have suggested, the audio files restart at the start of each edit (please see attached pics). My new audio is the exact same length as the original audio and I can't see a way to reconnect/reassociate the audio in the project.

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Apr 04, 2024 Apr 04, 2024

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Try this instead:

 

Rename the original audio file in its folder location on your hard drive to name of audio file OLD.

It will go offline.

Right click on the original audio file in the Project Panel and click relink.

Choose the new audio file.

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The audio I want to replace is attached to the original video file, so I think the only solution in Premiere is to...

 

  1. Create a new sequence with original video file.
  2. Replace audio in sequence with new audio.
  3. Export whole sequence as a new source file (with exact same settings and duration as video/audio file)
  4. Replace original file with newly created file.

 

Voila: same video but new audio.

 

Kind of a long way around but probably better than just painstakingly mimicing your audio edit in the sequence with a new audio file.

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