I don't think that is possible at all. AE thinks strictly stereo (even mono sound is a faux stereo), so in its world, the mixing is normal as is discarding channels that it doesn't properly recognize. You definitely will have to export the audio separately from somewhere and bring it into AE, which in a professional tool should be possible without ruining sync. Premiere also supports RED, so that may be worth a try.
thank you very much indeed, so then i need to do it from Premiere then, in
premiere in fact it works, but the problem happens when
i have to replace the quicktime stereo movs with the r3d files, then its
when because the first one is stereo premiere goes and mixes the second one,
thank u so much for the advice, i will keep researching how to solve this on
in premiere the problem is this, maybe you can advice me,
i imported a final cut sequence, with quicktime ProRes mov files ,
so then i have to replace those by the R3Ds in premiere
there is where the problem comes,
for some reason image replaces perfect but the audio... premiere seems to take channel 1 and duplicate it and ignore channel 2 or similar..
not sure what to do
thank u again
I can't be certain, but a similar problem that I have had with R3D files in Premiere is that by default Premiere gives you stereo audio tracks on the timeline, and the R3D audio will NOT drop onto them.
So before you drop R3D files onto the timeline, right click on the audio in the timeline and add 2 mono audio tracks.
Then drag and drop your footage.
Works for me.