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Oliver Peters
Source audio track patching question
on Mar 6, 2018 at 2:55:56 pm

When I have a source clip loaded, I can enable/disable video and one or more source audio tracks by clicking the track button on the source side. But, if I have a sequence with only two audio tracks and then load up a source clip with more than two embedded audio tracks, I won't see all of the audio tracks to disable them. There is a "+" icon to expand it and see the other source tracks; but when I do that it automatically adds more audio tracks to my sequence. Is there a way to disable all source audio tracks with a single keystroke combo, which doesn't also add more audio tracks to the timeline?

- Oliver

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Jon Doughtie
Re: Source audio track patching question
on Mar 6, 2018 at 6:28:20 pm

I tend to modify my source tracks prior to bringing them onto the timeline. That way I can have what I want when I get there. I'll tweak settings for both the media and the project.





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John Pale
Re: Source audio track patching question
on Mar 7, 2018 at 1:24:56 am

“There is a "+" icon to expand it and see the other source tracks; but when I do that it automatically adds more audio tracks to my sequence. Is there a way to disable all source audio tracks with a single keystroke combo, which doesn't also add more audio tracks to the timeline?“

Nope. And its a pain.


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