Hi, in cc 13 when i select multiple track to nest, it becomes green only video tracks , the audio ones doesn ‘t nest. Is this a bug? Anyone have a clue? Thanks!!!
Are you sure the audio is gone? I can't replicate that behavior. You might have audio but could be missing audio waveforms. Could that be the issue?
If not, please provide screenshots and sample files, if you can. That would help a lot.
Kevin-Monahan I guess this bug is still not fixed
when you select only 1 audio track with the video, it nests normally,
but the issue occurs when multiple audio tacks are selected, they actually go to the nested sequence,
but remain as separate audio tracks on the original timeline from where they were nested and don't
get merged into one track like the video tracks nested.
I'm testing on a Windows 7 service pack 1 machine
Mutandina Please address here or vote to already posted bugs :
I see. I looked into it and that the bug was closed back in version 8 and was marked "as designed." So, in its current state, it won't be fixed. We need to get more upvotes to open a new feature to review, one that allows for multiple tracks of audio in a nest—without a workaround. I have upvoted this feature and will continue to advocate for it. Sorry for the frustration.
Thanks for your comments!
Hi Kevin, no problem !
tx for the follow up! that's great...
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Meanwhile, you can go for a workaround and create a subsequence, then drop it on your timeline in place of all
the tracks you wanted to nest...
Unfortunately, that doesn't work anymore...
Before, the workaround was to upload the nested sequence to the source monitor and then insert it in the timeline. This way, it was possible to make multiple audio tracks appear as only one nested audio track. Now, even this workaround does not do the job. It seems that Adobe goes backwards rather than forward in this issue.
I just got this working with Adobe Premiere Pro v14.1.0. Every time I dragged the "nested" sequence to my main sequence it would only bring the video with it. The problem was that I didn't have any "source patching" selected for the audio, after selecting both "V1" and "A1" as the source patching, then dragging the nested sequence where I wanted it, the audio came with it!! Now any changes to the video OR audio within the nested sequence is brought into the parent sequence...woohoo!
Thank you. For anyone else who was lost as to what the heck "source patching" was or how to change it, check out this page. Annoyingly, the source patch buttons don't appear unless you have the associated source highlighted in the project explorer.