Is there a bug with multicam audio when you flatten it? It makes my audio file disappear from the timeline!
I just tried it and it seems to work as expected. I can flatten both or either one.
Yes i also noticed this. When you have several clips on a track (in the multicam clip), then if you flatten, the audio disappears. If you cut to an angle that contains only 1 continuous clip it doesn't happen.
I'm having this issue. have you found a solution??
It's June 2021. This problem still exists in the most recent Premiere 15.0
If you have mutliple clips inside of a multicam clip, attempting to flatten that in the edit timeline results in all the audio associated to disappear.
This doesn't happen if there's one clip in a multicam. Only if there are multiple ones.
And I'm trying to find a solution too.
So one of my problematic multicam clips has two clips back to back inside of it. In my edit timeline they work fine, but flattening, they disappear.
If I go into the source clip and erase one of the clips from the multicam timeline and then go back to flatten it, guess what, it works. So it's 100% a bug related to having multiple clips in a multicam clip.
When you say multiple clips, are you talking about video with audio clips, that's the only ones I have, but they seem to work as expected with three video and audio tracks. I believe there is an outstanding issue with audio in nested clips, not sure if that would apply here. Look around for that.
PP 15.2, Win 20H2
If you make a clip containing multiple multicams
i.e. A and B are a series of stacked video layers and their corresponding audio down below.
So in the multicam clip called "X-multi", A is first, followed by B
If you do that and then edit into a sequence, things will be fine. But the moment you try to flatten it in the sequence, the audio will disappear.
However, if you then control-click into the multicam clip "X-multi" and then delete A, then go back into the sequence and flatten it in a spot where you know you've cut in some of B, it will flatten successfully (or vice versa).
So - have one clip in a multicam clip, no problem. If you have multiple clips, problem.
Yes, there's still a bug in the latest version, 15.4.
Flatten audio that is in a multicam, and the multicam dissapears.
This is a big issue, because we have to flatten the audio before exporting an OMF. If we don't, the clips aren't trimmed and copied into the OMF.
A Year later and this is yet to be resolved!
I'm working on 15 multicams each with 4 cameras/layers of video. The only one with more than a single clip per layer, won't flatten.
Not sure if this will help, but I ran into a similar issue where if I flattened all the clips, if I had a cut on the audio timeline, the first section would convert properly, but anything later in the audio timeline wouldn't flatten. I had to first "enable" each of those secondary audio clips, once I did this, then selected everything in the timeline, all the clips and all the audio flattened and I was able to export an XML file that I could import properly into Resolve.