The nested clip will have whatever type of audio the Master is in the original. Changing that Master should change the nest.
This is the case when i get a master clip with all the audio tracks in it. I however got separate files, a bunch of different video files (with stereo track), for every take a boom mic audio track, and a few tracks for all the microphones on the actors. Now after i import these into premiere, how will i proceed so that after i have synced all the audioclips to all the video clips (by nesting?) I will still have all the audio clips intact in the OMF file I will create.
Last time i created omf, all the clips had turned into stereo because of nesting. Is the only way to avoid this by joining the video and audio clips into multichannel audio clips with another program before importing into premiere?
I am not very good at explaining... Problem: I get a video and 10 audio tracks. I join them by putting them into a sequence. I repeat this about a hundred times (for every take). Now i start to edit. I create the main sequence in which i clip pieces from all the hundred takes. In the main sequence the clips have only one stereo track. When the movie is finished I create an OMF for the sound guy. The sound guy asks me why are there only 2 tracks per clip? Where are all the 10 separate audio tracks?
audio clips intact in the OMF file I will create.
That part I can't help with, I just never create OMF files.
I have the exact same problem! Did you find a solution?
((I am trying to export OMFs of a feature length film. It is divided into different sequences, these sequences consist of clips which are also Sequences because I have many audio tracks synced to them. So in the end I have sequences (clips synced to several audio tracks, within a sequence* (scene of the film), within a sequence (the entire film). Once I try to export one of the sequences* to OMF, PP crashes. I've been thru all the forums. Nothing works. Help!!! Please!))