Oky, I have tested this with Adobe PE10, but WHERE do I choose which audio track I want to import/use in the timeline?! Where can I see if the clip has more than 1 stream in Adobe Premiere Elements 10? I have tried looking in settings etc., but no luck. I KNOW that my video got 4 different audio tracks in it, but when I add the media to Adobe PE10 (it's a .m2ts-format file), only 1 stream (the DEFAULT audio stream, which is the WRONG stream) is what I get. Where are the other 3 audio streams, and how can I use them? It's nothing special about the clip itself. I can play the audio and video in the timeline, it just got the wrong audio stream...
I am asking because I see many articles/posts that mention you can do this in PE10, but I don't understand where... So far I have yet to find ANY video editing software that supports this.
And converting the audio FROM the .m2ts-file using a 3rd-party program is out of the question as well. If it does not work with PE10, then I have to find another solution, I suppose.
You do not have the option of choosing between the main track and the dub track from a video clip in Premiere Elements, Goodie. You just get the main track. So if that's what you're talking about, you'll need to look elsewhere. Though I'm not sure where because I don't know ANY video software that does this. What makes you think it's even available?
The exception is when you're shooting in 5.1 audio in AVCHD. If you've set your project up for 5.1 audio, you can control the level of each of the five tracks independently.
Even PrPro CS 5.5, has difficulty with multiple Audio Streams muxed into one file.