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Matt Hogan
Stacking multiple audio clips when dropping them in a sequence
on Mar 18, 2015 at 3:57:22 am

Currently when you select multiple audio tracks and drag them into the timeline, premiere places them one after another on a single track. Is there a way to have each audio clip land on a separate track? I have up to 4 tracks of audio to synch up and it would be much faster if they would all land on separate tracks. Any suggestions?


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Kinga Rup
Re: Stacking multiple audio clips when dropping them in a sequence
on Sep 7, 2016 at 2:13:01 pm

Hi Matt, I'm searching for the same solution, have you found out any shortcut? thanks


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Brian Scott
Re: Stacking multiple audio clips when dropping them in a sequence
on Jan 24, 2017 at 8:05:35 pm

I found a way that is a little faster. If you select the 4 tracks in the project pane and right-click you can select "Merge clips"- when you do that Premiere creates a new 4 channel clip. I created an "audio" folder with a folder called "orig" nested in it. After I merged the first 4 clips I moved them to the "orig" folder. I kept doing that until I had merged them all. That way I didn't get confused as to which ones I had already worked on.
Hope that helps.

Brian Scott
President
Image Design Productions, Inc.


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Brian Scott
Re: Stacking multiple audio clips when dropping them in a sequence
on Jan 24, 2017 at 8:19:25 pm

There is a caveat - once you merge the audio clips you can't merge them with a video clip - the option is grayed out.

Brian Scott
President
Image Design Productions, Inc.


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