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Ludmil Kazakov
refresh footage on sequence?
on Apr 26, 2016 at 7:06:41 am

i already have sequences that are built with a lot of selected footage however the sound was not properly split (its stereo and i right click on the clip and change it to dual mono 2 channels) but in order for this to take effect i must drag the footage back on the timeline as the current footage on the sequence will not be effected.. is there a way to refresh that footage? that be better than overcutting the selects one by one..

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Jon Doughtie
Re: refresh footage on sequence?
on Apr 26, 2016 at 1:23:07 pm

In Premiere Pro, you'll need to make those audio channel decisions prior to placing in the timeline. You can do it in the bin or in the Source monitor. If it is in the timeline prior to the audio changes, you will have to re-lay the clip for the audio changes to take place in the timeline.

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Ludmil Kazakov
Re: refresh footage on sequence?
on Apr 26, 2016 at 1:24:51 pm

yes.. that i already knew.. i was hoping they had "refresh sequence" kind of like in Avid and all the clips would change to however you change them...

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Fabrice Ducouret
Re: refresh footage on sequence?
on Apr 18, 2018 at 7:31:26 pm

I've found that if you've started editing already and realize that you're only hearing mono sound on the left or right, there's a simple workaround that doesn't require you to restart editing your project from scratch:

1 - Right-click your edited shot in the Timeline

2 - Click "Audio Channels" in the dropdown

3 - In the "Audio Channels" Tab that opens, look under "Media Source Channel". If your footage only has Left channel audio, tick the two boxes under "L". If your footage only has Right channel audio, check the two boxes under "R".

If the result is silence, you have selected the wrong channel. If the result is working, you have duplicated the channel with sound to the other one.

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