Again we are looking for a method in Elements to do what was available in Prem. Pro 1.5.
We often shoot using two Camcorders, thus there are two videos thru the complete lenght of a project. During the editing we would often use the control on a video channel to turn the upper video off so that an edit point could be set for the lower channel.
Is there a work-around in Elements 11 to accomplish this effect?
You can also right-click on a clip and uncheck Enable to temporarily turn it off.
Premiere Elements isn't a terribly sophisticated multicamera editor. For editing multicam, you really are best to stick with pro software.
If the Audio is linked to Video, i.e. Multiplexed, then Unlink it (Alt+click will unlink each Audio Clip from its Video Clip). Next, Select all Audio Clips on that Track, Rt-click on them and Disable them (uncheck Enable).
Thanks for your response, it was what we were hoping to find.
Would this be a good candidate for the Tips & Tricks forum?
I'm sure there are many of these kind of tips that available. I have read thru many of your articles and others but this type of tip are not readily found.
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