I've been reading and trying for a whole while now but havent figured out the following ...
How do I bundle two mono tracks into one stereo track?
My camera records eight seperate mono tracks. I want to combine two of them to one stereo track - without having to export, without having to use a second program or so ... I'm very sure this basic function of footage interpretation exist, but I couldnt find it.
Background: I'm recording MS Stereo. The encoding plug-in that I use (Voxengo MSED) apperantly only works with mid and side channel combined in one stereo track. So I need to take that step first.
right click a clip in a bin or the project window and select > Modify > Audio Channels and you can set the first two channels to stereo rather than dual mono ...
but I'm not sure this is going to do what you want.
These changes in Premiere Pro won't affect the original clips - anything editied or interpreted inside of Premiere Pro is 'non-destructive' i.e. changes like these are just within the app and affect how the clips are treated while editing in Premiere Pro not the actual clips.