I am using Premiere Pro CS 5.0.3
According to Adobe upater, my programs are up to date.
My operating system is Windows 7 Professional (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601).
Codec Type: DV/DVCAM
I am not getting an error message, I cannot select, or right-click on individual audio clips.
I am using .wav audio files.
I have used, selected, and edited these sames files before.
I am running CS5 Premiere Pro and Photoshop, and of course the Windows OS.
Relavant hardware in use Matrox MXO2 Mini
I opened a new project in Premiere Pro, imported audio files, dragged several to the sequence (timeline) and tried to select individual clips to position each by the appropriate visual but could not. I could only use the track selection tool. I could not right-click on the clips. I could select and manipulate the video clips as usual.
Does all the additional information I've provided point toward a solution to my problem?
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Look just to the left of the labels "Audio 1", "Audio 2" etc. on the timeline. Is Track Lock on? - you will see a symbol of a lock in this position if it is. Turn it off.
Thanks for the input,
The audio tracks are not locked. There must be something else wrong.
Show us a screen cap of your PP interface.
I figured out what I was doing wrong.
As I suspected, I had one of my settings wrong.
Learn something new everyday. Thank God for that. When you stop learning, you stop living.
...and what was that setting so that we may all learn and live better?
Thanks for the interest.
In the show keyframes icon box, I had SHOW TRACK VOLUME selected which I switched to SHOW CLIP VOLUME. Pretty simple, huh?
I really don't think that would have shown up in a screen capture, do you?