So I have created a "raw" sequence containing multiple source clips. The source clips have 4 channels of audio and 1 channel of video. When I create my sequence, I see all of my channels....great.
However, when I load the "raw" sequence into the source monitor...I no longer have access to my 4 channels of audio independently. I simply get one audio source track and the audio is mixed....as it appears in the timeline.
When I create a new "raw" sequence, I select multichannel for the master. I've tried every track type (mono, standard, adaptive)...and still I only get one audio channel when the sequence is loaded into the source monitor.
I watched several tutorials about nesting, but there is little discussion about multiple audio tracks.
This is normal. To see the individual tracks, you load the clips, not a sequence.
That is a bummer.
Thanks for answering...
Its kind of the point of using a a nest. ( a pre comp if you like)
Nothing stops the editor going back to the source of the nest to work on the individual assets. These will update automatically into the nest.