Audio master clip effects
Audio master clip effects
Would work like the video ones.
Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre commented
would be nice!
David Kinsey commented
This is less an improvement and more fixing a glaring disability of the software. Here is my take on the situation from a higher level which I'm adding to a post on the support forum. Let me ask, if video effects no longer worked on "source" or "master" clips (I've read it both ways) and everybody had to do the same work-around akin to the track mixer, plus had NO ability to save their parameters as presets, do you believe there would be a rather vocal response??? Yeah, I'm pretty sure there would be. So let's please get away from the track mixer solution and instead direct all future inquiries to the topic on the feature request board that covers this topic quite well and get some fire under this need! Thx.
JF Lachapelle commented
+1 for being able to add audio effects to master clips, just like it's already possible to do so with video effects.
Benjamin Jackson commented
Voting to keep this alive. I understand you can adjust gain on a clip from the Bin, but it's almost more about the consistency to me than anything else: if you can adjust video settings on a Source clip from the Effect Controls panel, you should be able to adjust audio just the same as regular clips in a Timeline. In fact, editing the Master Clip effects was not even a feature I was aware of until now - mostly because when you select a Source clip, there are no default settings you can change as there are when you select a clip in your Timeline. Having Source clips use the same effects method as Timeline clips would make this a whole lot more intuitive. This would also be extremely useful for Multicam clips with multiple audio tracks - this would give you the ability to adjust audio on different audio tracks as needed so that playback is easier to listen to. You could even disable certain clips that you might not need immediately, but would be good to keep in the back pocket. I think this could also give you a lot of options on the Video side as well - the Effect Controls panel would be an easy way to access the different clips in your Multicam in case any of them need to be adjusted, moved, raised, deleted, and etc. This would be far easier than the current tucked-away menu option to open a Multicam clip in the timeline (I don't believe there is even a keyboard shortcut for this; should be as simple as double-clicking like any other sequence).
Yeah anyways, do it Adobe!!!
Alex Elkins commented
I was shocked to discover that this wasn't already possible. It seems crazy!
Maxi Ostrower commented
This is an essential feature that Premiere Pro must have.
Will Mendez commented
Are you looking for this because you're working with a multicam? I find creating audio tracks with their own specific fx useful enough for this. (just move the audio files to the proper audio track with the fx you want for those specific clips) And also, you can easily put fx on the master audio track (like compression) that will affect everything, but I'm sure you know that. :)
Jeremy McKenna commented
Yes please. Even though it is wise to clean audio before making edits, often times I get a project after someone else has already made edits, and sometimes the audio is dreadful. It would be great to be able to drop in some compression or noise reduction on the master clip instead of having to hunt down all instances of that footage throughout a sequences and copy/paste attributes. I love being able to re-key footage or color grade in master clips. Having the audio equivalent would be a huge time saver for editors.