I've been an editor for quite sometime now, but I'm new to Premiere Pro CS5.
I have a dozen or so clips in my sequence that I used only the audio from a video/audio source file.
I now want to re-enable the video for these clips.
If I double click on them in the sequence it only opens up the audio element in the source window and I cannot re-enable the video to pull it down onto the sequence.
How can I bring the video back without having to go back to the original clip in the bin and re-marking the in and out points and overlaying it?
Many thanks in advance
Make sure the track that contains the clip you want is targetted; that means clicking the Audio buttons in the track headers. Park the CTI at the beginning of the clip you want, and hit the "M" key; this will match frame the original clip and load it into the Source Monitor. From there, you can add/refine your in and out points, and then drag or insert the video into the sequence. Finally, you can relink the video and the audio; be sure to unlink the audio tracks first, then select the audio and video and relink. That will keep the video and audio as a single element.
Thank you Colin.... I was thinking there must be a match frame option.