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    Default Shifting audio keyframes - Premiere Pro

    I have edited around 1hrs length of footage and then mixed about 7 layers of surround sound mix using the audio mixer in premiere. However now i need to cut this down to 45mins, is there a way of doing this without mixing the surround effects again, i.e. sync the audio mixing "e.g. fade from left to right track", as otherwise I would have to go through each audio track after editing and redo it all!

    Please see http://www.andyholland.co.uk/premiere.jpg for more details.
    Andy Holland
    www.andyholland.co.uk

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    Hi Andy. I really don't know if Premiere has this function too, but Vegas has a 'Lock keyframes to events' toggle for doing exactly waht you want. Just have a look in the help file for terms like that and if it's there, you'll find it.

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    Thanks for the tip, unfortunately Premiere doesn't have this option - looks like I'll be mixing 12 track 5.1 surround again for a feature length video! Thanks adobe!
    Andy Holland
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