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>now the only solution i´ve found is to make a sequence and put the two files together
Maybe I misunderstand you, but you can use that sequence in another sequence (as a nested sequence) the same way you would use a sub-clip in Avid.
I come from an Avid background as well. In Avid's NLEs I use sub-clips a lot. I never use them at all in Premiere Pro. I end up using nested sequences instead.
it is a good feature, but not usable for me, because the subsequence mixes my 8 channel audio to one stereo - but i need full control over the ausio - because after cutting it it goes to the audio departement and they need every single channel.
it is a mess, but for now i copy/paste from a subsequence insted from cutting from the viewer ...
I do like Premiere, but Avid Film Composer might be the better tool for this kind of job.
Sorry, I misunderstood your post, arne. I only use the video in my sub-sequences and I mix all of the audio in the "host sequence".