I'm having problems exporting an 8 channel audio mxf for a broadcast client. The mix they want is as follows:
Track 01: Full Programme Mix L
Track 02: Full Programme Mix R
Track 03: International Sound L
Track 04: International Sound R
Track 05: Music and Effects L
Track 06: Music and Effects R
Track 07: VO Mono
Track 08: Interview Mono
I have setup the sequence following this video on vimeo and am fairly confident I have the sequence settings correct. https://vimeo.com/38501157
I also can export a multichannel mxf. But all my tracks are exported as mono and I am therefore not maintaining my L and R as set up in my sequence
The problem is on exporting that since Tracks 01 and 02 are bounced down to 1 + 2 it means that my Track 01 (Panned L) is getting bounced down onto my Track 02 aswell and thus it does not remain seperate. Has anyone delivered a similar format for a broadcaster and come across this problem with Premiere Pro and know a solution?
Any help would be much appreciated
It's weird but that 1+2 (or 3+4, etc) is the only routing I've ever seen in the Mixer. Not sure why that is, but it seems less functional that it could be.
Adobe can export audio one of 4 ways.
if you export to 8channel mode they are treated as 8 mono tracks. There is no L R relationship anymore.