How Do i save a AUDIO PRESET in Premiere?

Explorer ,
Jan 09, 2019

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Please Tell me its a simple process, i added a lot of compression and e.q. and reverbs to the audio Track (like all on track 1)

im please with the sound so in the future edits of other projects i want to grab this presets onto other projects

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LEGEND ,
Jan 09, 2019

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 17, 2020

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That is disappointing.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 17, 2020

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Very disappointing.

 

You can save presets you apply to clips on a sequence, including a preset that is a group of effects. You can then apply your saved presets to a clip or multiple clips.

 

But you can't save a rack you've created in the Track mixer.

 

Which is just wrong on so many, many levels.

 

PLEASE everyone go to this UserVoice post, and upvote it!

 

Neil

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New Here ,
Jan 22, 2021

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Yes. wrong on so many levels...

 

1. Consistent sound on parsed sequences

2. Time waster

3. Useful for different projects

4. You name it!

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