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how to place new mixed audio back into edited time line

Community Beginner ,
Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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HI,

I'm using the new version of premiere pro and I'm new at editting. I have a project I shot from three days and two nights all on one camera. I have multiple audio sources that a freind is going to marry and create the final tracks. My problem is that I want to edit before he finishes the tracks. My final time line will consist of multiple cuts from different times. how do I, or where do I replace the old audio with the new audio tracks. My time line will be all cut up so I cant imagine haveing to go to each clip and line up the new audio. What is the best way to change the old audio out on the full length clips so it will change the same footage audio that I cut up on the time line ... is that possible in the media / preview stage. what are the steps, if it is possible to go about it this way.

thank you . james 

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Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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If the new audio is exactly the same length and timecode as yours you can replace footage int the Project window.

 

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Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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Hi Ann,

no the new audio track will be a new timecode becasue of the marrying of three different tracks with different time codes. So, I guess my next question is. Lets say I have 6 different full length video clips that i want to use to cup up into one project on my time line. Can I and should I place each full length clip into they're own tracks. Then proceede to cut up all the different clips into one project ... then when I want to replace the audio I can just replace it on the above full length video clips that i used to cut up my final project. Either way I am going to have to re-sync the new audio to my clips. I just want to know if I can do that like my above question ... or should I wait till I get the new audio married to the footage before I begin to proceed in cutting up the final project ?

james 

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Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

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It kind of hard to suggest anything as I have no idea what your timeline looks like.

Most likely you need to re-edit the new audio as its one camera (which is already edited) and multiple audio sources.

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