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I have an AVI file with two audio tracks that I am trying to edit. When I open it in Media Player, it plays fine (I can hear both). However, Windows Movie Maker and Adobe Premiere CS6 both seem to ignore the second audio track, and I can't find an option for multiple. Is there a way I could combine them or make Premiere recognise that two exist?

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You could import the file into Audacity, verify that the tracks play as you wish there and then export the track into a file format that is flat and will play both tracks as one, for example .mp3.

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