I have clips in *.mp4 and *.mkv and each of them has about 4 tracks. I wanna make a DNxHR (I think they're called like DNX HQ 1080p) proxy, but I get this error "The selected preset does not support the audio channel type of the clip".
I don't know how to solve it but I try to change the format to QuickTime GoPro Cineform and make a preset in Media Encoder. But this way it makes not a proxy but transcode, but I've set in Inject setting the Proxies, not Transcode and in preset's setting I've chosen the proxies option.
The file you supplied has 4 stereo channels and DNxHR/DNxHD MXF OP1a export does not currently support that type of audio channel. The only Format that currently support that type of audio channel is QuickTime.
Create Encoding Preset > set Format: QuickTime and Video Codec (under Video tab) to DNxHR/DNxHD. Then change settings to your liking (remember that you can only choose Match Source for Height/Width or Frame Rate, not both, as setting both to Match Source will create a Transcode preset. Height/Width or Frame Rate must be set to a set value). Then Create Ingest Preset, only check the "Transcode files to Destination" (under Transfer), set Format: QuickTime and choose your Encode Preset.
that was in 2018. i'm still getting warnings about making h264 proxies for a clip called A002C001_220919_R4P6.mov .... no your metadata doesnt tell me the make/model of the camera. please solve this because if i use the cineform codec instead and then try to take the project on the road with me, my premiere version on my m1 macbook pro doesnt recognize cineform as a codec. @Trent Happel