|Right Click on your sequence and choose select it for exporting a self contained quicktime|
|Right Click and choose Export Media|
Choose Match Sequence Settings
Choose Entire Sequence
Choose where to save the file and choose Export
On The Export Settings choose
>Match Sequence Settings
>Click on the Output Name
|Choose the destination for the file Save it to your storage drive etc. . .|
Click on Export
When that is finished you are going to re import that file back into Premiere
|Import the file you just exported back into your project|
|Import the 4K or 2K .mov you just exported|
Import the 5.1 Interleaved File into your Premiere Project
Select the file and import
Next need to check the sync in your final timeline.
Load the copy of the timeline by double clicking it to load in the program monitor
Test your surround interleaved mix with the timeline you just loaded by dragging it into your picture locked timeline and check for sync.
|Solo the track with the small 5.1 on it that is your mix. |
Adjust by slipping the mix in the timeline if needed. You should not have to do anything if you didn't change your timeline after you exported for the mix.
If you did have to slip it to get it in sync note that number of frames you slipped the mix.
Once the mix is in sync with the video go on to the next step.
Click on the New Item and choose Sequence
Choose HD 1080 DNX HQ 1080 23.976
DON'T HIT OK YET!!
CLICK ON THE TRACKS TAB NEXT
Click on the Tracks Tab and then delete the audio tracks
Put a check box on the tracks 2-4
Click on the "-" minus button to delete the tracks
This will leave just one audio track
DONT' HIT OKAY YET
Set Video to 1 track
Change the Track Type of the one audio track left to 5.1
Title the sequence and click OK
Drag the imported 5.1 Sound file to the timeline so the beginning is at the beginning of the timeline
Make a video only edit on to your timeline on top of the 5.1 audio and make sure they line up
The final check will be the QuickTime you will make next.
Export the QuickTime
Click on the Sequence to export and choose >File>Export>Media or click "Command M"
|Choose Format QuickTime|
|Choose to Export Video and Export Audio|
Preset Settings won't work we will have to make a custom setting.
But in the meantime choose GoPro whatever so we can modify it
|>Choose Video Codec > Apple ProRes 422|
|Make sure it's 1920 x 1080 in the Basic Video Settings|
DONT' CLICK EXPORT YET
Click on Audio tab and choose
Sample Rate 48
Audio Channel Configuration
|Click on the Blue Output Name and this is where you choose to save the file on your hard drive|
|Choose a destination for your file that is going to be exported|
You may find other ways to do this on the internet. Ways that may seem legit, from legit organizations, like this one: