Not sure if Match Frame will do what you want, but it would be easy to test.
To invoke the Match Frame, just place the CTI over your Clip, and Select the Audio portion (Alt+click is probably the easiest), then hit the M key for Match Frame.
Did you ever find an easy way to do this?
I too need to revert to my original audio
Dear <http://forums.adobe.com/people/Shai+Schcolnik> Shai Schcolnik
After you have edited the Audio file in Soundbooth, you should:
1) Select the Original Footage in PremierePro > Project Folder
2) Select with RIGHT Click the Video+Audio Clip in PremierePro Timeline, and in RIGHT Click Menu choose “Replace/Substitute with clip” > “From Folder”
3) Now you can delete in PremierePro > ProjectFolder, the named Audio File “…_Extracted.wav” edited previously with Soundbooth!
The new one is your original footage!
Dario Cavallo (Horsepower0171).
“3DC multimedia Productions”
Da: Shai Schcolnik firstname.lastname@example.org
Inviato: lunedì 7 gennaio 2013 12:13
Re: How to revert to original, the extracted Audio Tracks with SoundBooth?