It seems my "unlink audio from video" feature has disappeared. When I right click on a clip (audio or video) I get the full menu, EXCEPT the unlink feature.
Are you sure that you don't have multiple clips selected?
I haven't noticed that I have. However, what difference would that make?
The software couldn't handle that?
However, what difference would that make?
You"re right. It wouldn't make a difference.
I must be thinking of an older version of Premiere Pro.
Assuming you're talking about version 14, the Unlike Audio and Video option is certainly there whenever you select and right-click on a video clip that also includes audio. It's right below Enable, Group and Ungroup.
I don't know that unlinking audio and video would prevent the problems you're having. I don't know how separating the audio and video on a clip would have any effect on the things you're doing in the editor.
Steve, key words from you: "video clip that includes audio." And it does
You see, when I add clips to my timeline, I always delete audio (because I
rarely use the natural sound caught by my camera.) That's why it wasn't
I've started this edit from scratch again, for about the 15th time. I'm
more careful about capturing clips now. I go into a clip at least 5 frames
so that it doesn't pick up frames from the previous clip. And the same for
the end; I back off the out point by at least 5 frames. That was
previously a problem. I'm learning, thanks to help from folks like you.
Thank you again!
On Sun, Mar 6, 2016 at 4:01 PM, Steve Grisetti <email@example.com>