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Premiere only exporting one audio track

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Nov 29, 2022 Nov 29, 2022

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I'm working with a video file that has 8 audio tracks. I'm trying to mix them down to one stereo track. When I export the file as a .wav, I'm only getting the first track of audio. I want them all merged down into one stereo track. I also tried just exporting a h.264 file and I get the video but again only get the first audio track. Anyone have any ideas? Nothing is muted, nothing is solo-ed. I can hear everything perfectly fine when I play my timeline. I'm at a loss.

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Community Expert , Nov 30, 2022 Nov 30, 2022

At the moment you have an 8 master track sequence, if you only need  stereo mix it would be better to have a two track one. You can't  change the number of master tracks in a sequence. You have a couple of choices either make a new stereo sequence and copy and paste all your footage to the new sequence or in your existing 8 channel sequence change the output routing so all the tracks go to 1 and 2. This setting can be found just below the pan pot. I would duplicate the sequence first in case any

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Nov 29, 2022 Nov 29, 2022

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Could you post a screen shot of your track mixer.

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At the moment you have an 8 master track sequence, if you only need  stereo mix it would be better to have a two track one. You can't  change the number of master tracks in a sequence. You have a couple of choices either make a new stereo sequence and copy and paste all your footage to the new sequence or in your existing 8 channel sequence change the output routing so all the tracks go to 1 and 2. This setting can be found just below the pan pot. I would duplicate the sequence first in case any thing goes  wrong. 

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