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    Audio & Video 2: Premiere Pro

    In a similar vein to the previous post, I have a question about linking audio, specific to Premiere Pro CS3 ...

    Let's say I select a clip in the Project Panel, and right-click to Edit in Adobe Soundbooth>Extract Audio. The round-trip editing with Soundbooth works fine, but I end up with a separate audio file in the project panel.

    I know that I can link it to the video track in a Timeline, but what if I want to duplicate the same clip a few times in the project panel, and use different in and out points in each copy - how do I get them to all use the same audio, without have to separately sync audio every time I place an "instance" (my Flash background showing!) of the clip on a Timeline?

    Am I asking a completely vegie question here? All answers appreciated!

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    I haven't tried it, but if you have them linked, you should be able to copy and paste the clip in the timeline, double-click the clip to show it in the source 'deck' window, then use the set-in and set-out there to trim both together.
    Eric Adler (tonsofpcs)
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    Thanks - I haven't had a chance to try it yet, or indeed reply to this, as I've been off sick for days.

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