Allow Audio Nesting
Currently audio will not nest. According to forums this is not a feature. Please enable audio nesting.
Matt Stegner commented
"you can apply audio plug-ins to entire tracks".
You can do this in Premiere and have been able to for years. Open the Audio Track Mixer panel, in the upper left there is a twirldown, open it. That exposes the Track inserts and sends area. In the inserts section click on the dropdown and select the effect you want to apply to the entire track.
Does this help or are you talking about something different?
David Price commented
Trying to apply a reverb to multiple effects. The best way to do this in a video editing software is to nest those effects as to be able to apply a continuous effect. Final Cut Pro 4 could do this in 2003. It was incredibly useful. Why am I pining for the utility of a 17-year-old software? In Avid Media Composer, as archaic as it remains, you can apply audio plug-ins to entire tracks. That's one step away from the automation capabilities as Pro Tools.
Eduardo Ayres Soares commented
Erik Waibel commented
I just got this working with Adobe Premiere Pro v14.1.0. Every time I dragged the "nested" sequence to my main sequence it would only bring the video with it. The problem was that I didn't have any "source patching" selected for the audio, after selecting both "V1" and "A1" as the source patching, then dragging the nested sequence where I wanted it, the audio came with it!! Now any changes to the video OR audio within the nested sequence is brought into the parent sequence...woohoo!
2020 and still nothing. My workaround is to nest the section, then cmd-x cut the audio from the main timeline and bring the nest back into the comp. A ridiculous and annoying thing to have to do. I can't understand why Adobe are so reluctant to put in basic functionality into their software. I am so beyond sick of paying for CC at this point. Davinci does everything and Blender listens to their community.
Rasheed Malik commented
It's 2020, still not available. I don't understand it cuz if you include video in the clip you select, it nests fine. My workaround is to grab random video, create the nest, then disable the video in the nested comp. Still, why need this workaround?
3 years ago
There is a better way; right-click on the sequence you want to nest from the project bin, then click the option 'new sequence from clip', this will created a nested sequence with both nested audio and video
Adobe will never do this. Its been requested for YEARS and they are idiots and will never support this... Its HIGHLY requested ADOBE!!!!!! WTF!
Yes please! Would be so helping when dubbing fixes for voiceovers and using multiple tracks for a clean blend.
Nic Herzog commented
Definitely need multiple audio track nesting.
You can only nest audio in the same audio track, other tracks do not nest.
Carlos Ziade commented
nesting 1 audio track with video works fine, but the issue is with multiple audio tracks, they actually nest and go the nested sequence, but they are still separate and not merged into 1 audio track on the sequence they were nested from
Alex Campos commented
There is a workaround I use where I make an new sequence and then drop in my audio but there should be able to do this from the timeline.
+ 1 one this as well. Perfect to nest audio from different tracks if its multiple layers with music, sfx, dialogue etc.
Sven Brencher commented
Actually Audio is nested but it will not replace the Audio in the Sequence if there are clips on multiple tracks selected. So you have to drag in the Nested Sequence again to have the nested Audio as well.
Jim Simon commented
I had no problems nesting audio in version 12.1 on Windows 10 Pro (1709).