I'm a video editor. What I want to do is export (from Premiere) a clip with 8 discrete audio tracks and play them back using Quicktime player with each audio track coming out the individual outs on my audio interface. clip track 1 = interface output 1, clip track 2 = interface output 2, etc.

First question: can that be done and if so, how?

Second question is: can that be done on an iPad?

  • I can't answer your question, but the only way I have found to make QuickTime display and let you toggle between multiple language audio tracks is to mux the tracks with mp4box, using the syntax: mp4box -add [video]:fps=[fps] -add [audio track 1]:lang=[ISO639-1]:group=1 -add [audio track 2]:lang=[ISO639-1]:group=1 [repeat as necessary for every audio track] [output].mp4 – Wowfunhappy Nov 1 '18 at 17:41

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