Using Adobe Premier Pro CS6 and editing a multicam clip in my main editing sequence I am unable to see the audio waveform which I use to help make precison edits of umms and stutters or other small random sounds. I only get the green bar. How can I get teh wavefrom to show here? I even when into the multiclip and selected only one channel of audio, and even tried deleting those not being used. Also for some reason one of my camera turned black. It still shows ok in the timeline but its somewhat disconcerning not seeing it in the source monitor. I've attached a screen grab showing both issues. Please Help. Im running an Mac
Book Pro 2.2GHZ i7 with 16gb of Ram
Render the multicam sequence to see the waveform.
Thank You Jim, First I was a little baffeled as I was going to "Sequence / Render Entire Work Area" Thinkig this also included the audio, but this I guess this is only for the video. I then went to "Sequence / Render Audio" and viola I have my wavforms back. This adviced saved my life. Just moving to Premier from FCP7 and my team does a lot of interviews. This could have been a dealbreaker for us.
Jim offers good advice, and there is an additional benefit from a 'render and replace'. When it comes time to export, the audio won't have to be conformed, so the export goes a lot faster.