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How to create a mono multichannel timeline?

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Aug 19, 2020

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Hello.

 

I have multiple rushes content that I need to export as a single file.

I need to keep the video and audio specs the same as the native master (AVC100 OP1a.mxf 8ch mono audio)

The audio on the master has 8 mono tracks, but Premiere seems to only offer audio outputs to 'stereo pairs' even when mono is selected in the sequence set up. (screenshot below)

How can I set up a sequence timeline with just mono channels?

 

Thanks.

 

Screen Shot 2020-08-19 at 18.35.10 copy.jpg

 

Figured it out - pan the tracks then assign the stereo pairs.  Using 1 and 2 as an example you'd pan audio 1 left and audio 2 right, then assign them both to 'stereo pairs' 1+2.  This puts mono track 1 on track 1 and mono track 2 on track 2. Then repeat for however many tracks you need - example screenshot set up for 8 mono tracks.

 

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How to create a mono multichannel timeline?

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Hello.

 

I have multiple rushes content that I need to export as a single file.

I need to keep the video and audio specs the same as the native master (AVC100 OP1a.mxf 8ch mono audio)

The audio on the master has 8 mono tracks, but Premiere seems to only offer audio outputs to 'stereo pairs' even when mono is selected in the sequence set up. (screenshot below)

How can I set up a sequence timeline with just mono channels?

 

Thanks.

 

Screen Shot 2020-08-19 at 18.35.10 copy.jpg

 

Figured it out - pan the tracks then assign the stereo pairs.  Using 1 and 2 as an example you'd pan audio 1 left and audio 2 right, then assign them both to 'stereo pairs' 1+2.  This puts mono track 1 on track 1 and mono track 2 on track 2. Then repeat for however many tracks you need - example screenshot set up for 8 mono tracks.

 

Screen Shot 2020-08-20 at 12.08.06 copy.jpg

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Figured it out - pan the tracks then assign the stereo pairs.  Using 1 and 2 as an example you'd pan audio 1 left and audio 2 right, then assign them both to 'stereo pairs' 1+2.  This puts mono track 1 on track 1 and mono track 2 on track 2. Then repeat for however many tracks you need - example screenshot set up for 8 mono tracks.

 

Screen Shot 2020-08-20 at 12.08.06 copy.jpg

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