Have you tried to rename your audio track in your Premiere Pro timeline and found the menu option greyed out? Well, you can rename your Audio Tracks in Premiere Pro CC2018 by Right-clicking the audio track in your sequence and choose “Customize” from the drop-down menu and this will get you in to the button editor. Then click on the “A1” button and drag it down on to your track from the button editor menu. Now click OK to exit button editor. Now you need to right-click your audio track again and choose “Rename” it should no longer be greyed out.
I’m using Abode Premiere Pro CC 2017. I tried exactly the same as you have mentioned above but can’t find any good, the rename option is still greyed. Please let me know if there is any other way:-)
This is slightly wrong. The rename is greyed because the text isn’t visible, but it is there by default. Expand the height of the track header will make this visible, and un-grey the option.
Premiere Pro Tricks says
Thanks so much for chiming in Matt! Very helpful.
john gubba says
Thanks for this. It is a fiddly thing to work out and took me a few attempts to make it work. But this video is perfect
For some reason on my version it drops the name right to the bottom…not like in this video..and thus I need a very big track to see it?
Bruce Markos says
Great job, thank you. (Using Premiere v14)