I've got several audio tracks in Premiere's sequence (CS6) - production sound clips are on tracks no. 1 to 6 and temporary fx are on tracks no. 7 to 9. I've been asked to export .mov file (H.264 codec, with stereo sound as a video preview for sound edit process in Pro Tools) with all the production sound in the left channel and all the temporary sound effects in the right channel. How can I do this the fastest way? Is there a simple way to tell Premiere which tracks will go into which channels? Or maybe I have to duplicate the sequence and pan some tracks to the left and some to the right manually?
Looking for some advise, please.
Thank you. It works.
I created two submixes, then set some tracks' output assignment to the submix 1 and others to submix 2. Then I set the pan of the submix 1 all to the left (-100) and pan of the submix 2 all to the right (+100).
After exporting all I have to do is to reset the panning of submixes to 0.