62 views and this never happened to anyone else? No one knows?
Can you post a screen shot?
What is the source footage and what is the sequence setting?
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Can't remember ever seeing red or blue rubberbands just yellow.
Or I am missing something.
Peru Bob: Source footage P2, DVCPRO HD 24p (1080 x 1280) Panasonic, same sequence settings.
Ann, please refer to the Adobe Manual cut and paste below.. I cannot post the graphic. This post won;t allow it. When I expand my track I see no such rubberband tool.
Adjusting audio levels in the Timeline
The red volume rubberband allows precise adjustment of the volume level at any point
during the clip. Specify the adjustment point by creating a handle on the rubberband. A
handle marks the beginning and ending of a rubberband segment, and you can drag the
handle up or down to change the audio level. All audio clips include two handles that you
can’t remove—one at the beginning of the clip, and another at the end. You can also crossfade
two audio clips automatically so that one fades out as another fades in. The
rubberband in the Timeline corresponds to the volume fader in the Audio Mixer window,
and serves the same purpose. The way you create fades in these two windows differs,
however. In the Timeline, you visually adjust levels. In the Audio Mixer window, you
adjust levels in real time as you listen to the track. Also, for each track in the Timeline,
there is one volume rubberband per clip, while in the Audio Mixer window, there is one
volume fader per track. For more information, see “Adjusting audio levels in the Audio
Mixer window using automation” on page 266.
To adjust volume at a specific point:
1 If necessary, click the triangle to the left of the track name to expand the audio track you
want to adjust.
Clicking the triangle to expand the track (left), and the track after it expands (right)
2 If the red volume rubberband is not displayed in the clip, click the red Volume
Rubberband icon ( ) in the track header.
It is not a photo. It is a cut and paste from an Adobe manua e-mailed to me by tech assistance during live chat.
Copy from the email to hdd then post.
Must be colorblind always thought they were yellow.
Premiere 6.5 had red and blue rubberbands
You are not color blind. There is ONLY a yellow rubberband in the audio tracks, at least I've never seen red or blue rubberbands in any CS version.
The text you show is from Premiere 5/6.5 and not Premiere ProCS5/CS6.
There is a huge difference between Premiere and Premiere Pro versions.
That is definately Premier 6.5 or earlier.
It is a cut and paste from an Adobe manua
That's not what we want. We want a screen shot of your screen with PP open, so we can see what you're seeing.