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Premiere can export one of three options - mono, stereo, or 5.1. You only get to pick one option.
However, you may be able to export out your secondary audio track as a .wav and use Quicktime Pro to combine with the video export and create the desired final output. I say this not because I specifically know Quicktime Pro can do this, but because I don't know that it can't.
I'm trying to find out a semi simple solution to export those M&E separated tracks together with the video to 1 file.
Export the tracks separately with synch marks referenced to the Countdown Leader. ie. 2 pips
You could then open everything in FCP or Protools and export OMF Files. FCP would sort your QT requirement should you take that route.
Somethings just may be , beyond the limit of your own hardware and software and you need to out source them.
You might find that ProCoder will handle both the conversion and the output.
It includes a frameserver from several NLE which you could target with the different streams required.
Using just Premiere, it can't be done.