Let's start with some terminology. Premiere Pro doesn't have multiclips. It creates a multicam sequence, which is simply one sequence nested into another. It's an important distinction because unlike a clip which can have more than one audio track, a nested sequence only comes in with one video and one audio track, and that's what you're seeing.
Thanks for the response!
I was able to make multicam sequences. ( multi'clips' is from my FCP days) However, I am confused on how to get my descrete 4 channel audio file to follow the multicam sequence to final delivery.
I have 10 interviews all filmed with multiple cameras with descrete audio. What is the best way to procede so my audio follows along.
I am confused on how to get my descrete 4 channel audio file to follow the multicam sequence to final delivery.
Once you're done cutting, copy/paste the original audio into the cut up multicam sequence, overwriting the cut up audio.
I was able to make a work around. I synced the clips with additional audio. Nested video only in seperate and then pasted descrete audio with it. I then linked the clips.
This is not ideal, as I feel FCP did this a bit better. But it is managable. Just a bit messy.
One supplimental question:
Does Premiere output the multicam view (my angles) to the reference monitor? I am having trouble finding the option to do so.
I believe external monitoring is turned off when in multicam view.