May 14, 2016 at 1:58PM

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Audio In Adobe Premier

Hello, all.

This may seem like a very "easy" forward question but after searching the net and youtube I still haven't found what I need.

I recently wrapped a short and had a dual system audio setup. Syncing the audio in Premier hasn't been an issue 80% of the time. However, the audio from the camera had issues on the other 20% so I can't use the handy - select both clips, right click, select merge clips - method.

So I cut the video and audio separately and then dropped them into the timeline. But, now I can't select both (command and click doesn't allow it) to merge/sync them.

Does anyone have an easy answer on manually lining them up (syncing) and then linking them so I can move them together in my timeline?

Thanks in advance.

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Line them manually. Then link them. What's the matter? There is no perfect NLE.

May 15, 2016 at 4:12AM

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Eric Halbherr
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Select both tracks, right click and select 'link' (but make sure the audio track from the camera is unlinked before).

May 15, 2016 at 11:00AM

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Cary Knoop
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Do you have any audio to sync to on the camera?
If you have a bit of audio (all be it with some issues) you could throw it into Pluraleyes sync it and then bring it back into Premiere.
Pretty sure you can still download a free 30day trial too

May 16, 2016 at 12:35PM

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GUERRILLAMIKE
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