Did you do the Soundbooth editing after bringing the project into Encore, or before?
Before on the time line in premier pro using render and replace.
It works here.
Here's what I did:
- Alt+Click in the audio track of the sequence to select only the clip audio.
- Right-click the selected audio and choose Edit in Sb>Render and Replace. Sb opens.
- Add effects to the clip and save.
- Verify effects are present in the Pr sequence.
- Go to File | Adobe Dynamic Link | Send to Encore.
- In the new En project, play back the timeline.
- Result: Sb effects are present on the En timeline.
Thanks for taking the time to do this. I think the mistake I made was I
assumed that since I chose to render and replace, it was not necessary
to save the file in SB so that probably accounts for the missing
effects. I did select apply in SB to the clips thinking that was all
that was necessary since I did not want to save the clips in SB as
separate files from PP.
Now PP thinks that I have already rendered and replaced and it will not
allow me to do this again, got any suggestions how I can repeat this
process since the render and replace is grayed out?
Select the video+audio clip in the timeline. Drag the original
video+audio clip from the Project panel to the selected clip in the
timeline, while holding down the Alt key. That will replace the audio
and video, and should restore the clip's original audio.
If you're doing this with nested sequences, or unlinked audio and video,
then the procedure is the same, except you replace the sequence or the
I don't believe that any of the effects I wanted to apply in SB were
actually applied but there are other cuts and edits I would not want to
loose by re-applying the clips to the timeline. Are you saying that the
edits would remain in tact and that theoriginal video and audio with
edits would be replace? Also, you should know that some of the final SB
effects that I added (which were not added to the audio clips) contained
other SB effects that were retain and had to do with filtering noise and
very lager gain adjustments which I would NOT want to loose just to
recover the more subtle effects lost in the last SB effects I wanted to add.
So my concerning is replacing what is on the time line now with raw
files in the project panel.
Does that help in explaining my concerns?
Alt+Drag will leave the timeline cuts intact.
Render and Replace is always available here, even if I've rendered-and-replaced the audio before. I have no idea why your Render and Replace option would be grayed out. Unless you are focused only on the Edit in Soundbooth | Render and Replace option? There is a separate Render and Replace option for individual clips in the Clip | Audio Options menu.
Interesting indeed I will look this over but it was indeed greyed out
which I too thought wasn't right.
Thanks so much again!!