[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video training: Audio in Premiere Pro CC 2014, which you can download from our store. You can also access all our training when you become a member of our Video Training Library.]
The best way to improve your picture is to improve your sound. This webinar focuses on working with audio in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014. From simple techniques such as adjusting levels and pan, to more advanced topics such as multi-channel audio and audio repair, this session covers what you need to know to make your audio sound great.
In this video, Larry Jordan illustrates three different ways to separate audio channels:
TRT: 5:36 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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One Response to Premiere Pro: Separate Audio Channels [Video]
Maybe a shout to one of the product heads would help to add the feature that extract and breakout to mono would have the:
additional option to retain Timecode from source or no timecode.
Then whatever process worked the best, we would always have access to timecode when needed.