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Try mapping the source clip.
I'd first ask why you want to. It may be unnecessary, or their may be multiple ways to achieve the final goal.
I am really new to Premiere, so bear with me...
Do you mean:
* Go back to the original long source clip
* Bring up the "Source Channel Mapping" dialog
* Select Mono and enable only the channel I care about (left)
I have done that, I also tried selecting Mono as Stereo and only selecting the Left channel, but in both cases, the final sequence still has both a left and right on Audio 1. I want Audio 1 to simply be mono, not stereo.
Maybe 'Fill Left' (to Right) 'Stereo - Audio Effect' will do what you want easiest.
Sorry - I am not sure that either of these suggestions work on a subclip.
Fill Left did! I just did that to the final sequence and all is well. Thank you!
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