Exporting a file with seperate 8ch audio (5.1+2.0)

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Apr 25, 2022 Apr 25, 2022

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Hi,

I need to export a videofile with 5.1 + stereo audio tracks. I was able to do a version where 5.1 is on one track and 2.0 on another, but the client asks for a version where 5.1 is on 6 seperate tracks 1-6 and stereo on tracks 7-8. 

Is there a way to do it in premiere pro?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 25, 2022 Apr 25, 2022
It's going to come down to setting up a custom sequence with the multitrack assignments you require. I set up a mock one here so it would look something like this: The panning of each track alternates between 100% left and 100% right. The Output Assignments also need to change. Tracks 1-2 should be assigned to 1-2 in output assignemnts, 3-4 to 3-4, etc. So by the time you get to the 7th and 8th track they are output like this: And finally when you export you need to make sure to also set it to...

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What track layout and mixer settings do you have in your project?

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I have used several different layouts, sequence and mixer settings. Also different exports. I am beginning to think I misunderstood my client and what they want is just 8 audio tracks that the player will recocnise as 5.1 and 2.0 and not mapped and panned 5.1 and 2.0.

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I saw a pretty thorough step by step response to this on the r/editors or r/premiere subreddit so I'm assuming this is resolved.

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yeah it was me, but I have not jet been able to get the result i am looking for.

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It's going to come down to setting up a custom sequence with the multitrack assignments you require. I set up a mock one here so it would look something like this:

PhillipHarvey_0-1650908131238.png

The panning of each track alternates between 100% left and 100% right. The Output Assignments also need to change. Tracks 1-2 should be assigned to 1-2 in output assignemnts, 3-4 to 3-4, etc. So by the time you get to the 7th and 8th track they are output like this:

PhillipHarvey_1-1650908915183.png

And finally when you export you need to make sure to also set it to an 8-channel export:

PhillipHarvey_2-1650908946909.png

 

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