Not in PrE. PrPro groups them that way, but cannot do the arrangement that PrE uses.
Thanks for the reply.
You are welcome.
I find it interesting, as about 10% of the users of PrE would like to arrange the Audio & Video Tracks in the form of PrPro, however, about 10% of the users of PrPro would like to arrange them like PrE!
Personally, I find the PrPro arrangement (as you were requesting) to be the most logical for my workflow. I do my Video first, and like all Tracks grouped atop the divider line, and when done there, move down to my Audio. I still get lost and confused in PrE, because of the grouping there.
Now one little tip, that might help you a bit: one can Add, or Delete Tracks pretty easily. I have a Sequence (think multiple Timelines in PrE) Preset that gives me 4 Video Tracks, 1 mono Audio Track, 4 stereo Audio Tracks, and a DD 5.1 SS Master Track. This is the "average" of the normal Timelines that I work with. When doing an edit, where the extra Tracks are not needed, I choose Sequence>Delete Unused Tracks to "clean" things up a bit. Then, I am only looking at Tracks (Video and Audio) that are in use.
I do my Video first, and like all Tracks grouped atop the divider line, and when done there, move down to my Audio. I still get lost and confused in PrE, because of the grouping there.
You always can show/hide audio/video tracks.
While working on video hide audio. It's not perfect, but it works in some situations.
Yes, that Display Mode can also "clean up" the look of the Timeline, and allow one to visually concentrate on one aspect. The end effect is similar to the display of the Tracks in PrPro, if one had the Audio below the scroll point, or the Video above the scroll point.
Thanks for mentioning that,