Unable to Import Ch Audio to After Effects via Dynamic Link

Explorer ,
Feb 09, 2021 Feb 09, 2021

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Some Ch scenes I import into Ae via Dyn Link don't have the audio.  My frame rates are identical in both Ch and Ae and my drivers & software are updated.  The strange thing is that out of say 6 Ch scenes, 1 or 2 won't import the audio.  It can take multiple reimports before the sounds appears.  Any suggestions?  

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Explorer , Feb 09, 2021 Feb 09, 2021
Thanks Dave,  figured out the problem.  In Ae, there was no audio waveform related to that Ch scene, so I went back to the CH timeline and just turned each Audio symbol off and back on and the waveform appeared in Ae. 

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Feb 09, 2021 Feb 09, 2021

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I've seen this a few times as well and have never known exactly why it happens. Is there anything in particular about the 1 or 2 scenes that is different from the others in terms of file size, type of audio, # of puppets, etc? I think I solved this in the past by clearing my AE or PR cache, forcing a re-render...but yeah, this shouldn't happen.

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Thanks Dave,  figured out the problem.  In Ae, there was no audio waveform related to that Ch scene, so I went back to the CH timeline and just turned each Audio symbol off and back on and the waveform appeared in Ae. 

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