I'm using the version CS6 (in both Premiere and Media Encoder)
Sometimes I put a voice clip and a music file "one above the other" in a Premiere project, so that they sound at the same time (something like this, don't pay attention to the language haha):
...But my problem is that Media Encoder sometimes makes both of them sound, and sometimes it makes only the voice sound; in the final exported video.
I literally just exported the video twice, and the first time the music didn't sound but the second time it did...
I have no idea what's going on, am I doing something wrong?
Hope you can help me out because this really is a problem, since exporting the video takes quite a long time.
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Make sure that the music is a wav file, not an mp3 file. Convert mp3 to wav before importing into Premiere Pro if necessary.
Oh, okay... And why's that? What's wrong with MP3 files?
Some (but not all) users have experienced odd behavior when using mp3 files, including playback and export problems.
I have had a few projects where I have not converted mp3s to wav and had problems. After substituting wav files converted from the mp3s files, the problems were fixed.
Hmm... I see... Well, seems I have to do that extra-work converting files...
Thanks my friend! I'll check if this fixes the problem
Please let us know if that fixes it.