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Explorer ,
Jan 14, 2019

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Happy New Year (a bit late).

I'm trying to rename my audio tracks in a video I made last year, and I have opened it in the most recent update of Premiere Pro CC 2019. When I right click on the audio tracks (including new one I have just added) "rename" is greyed out.

Can someone please advise me on why this might be and how to fix it?

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Stephen

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Rename Track Grayed Out

Explorer ,
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Happy New Year (a bit late).

I'm trying to rename my audio tracks in a video I made last year, and I have opened it in the most recent update of Premiere Pro CC 2019. When I right click on the audio tracks (including new one I have just added) "rename" is greyed out.

Can someone please advise me on why this might be and how to fix it?

Thank you.

Stephen

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Are the audio tracks locked?

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No, they are all unlocked. They are all also toggled blue. I'm not sure about this option, though (why I use it).

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This project was originally created in an earlier version of Premiere Pro?

As a test, try creating a new project and see if the problem remains.

If the problem remains in the new project you created, try trashing your preferences:

FAQ: How to reset (trash) preferences in Premiere Pro?

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Yes it was created in an early version (previous update or the one before that, not sure).

I created a new project, but the tracks remained the same - surely that's not right? The problem was still there.

I trashed the preferences, but the problem is still there in the original video.

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You solve this by increasing audio tracks height (alt + zoom in on a PP keyboard) until you can rename.

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