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Audio not found at....

Community Beginner ,
Oct 06, 2020 Oct 06, 2020

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I love that y'all fixed the keyboard latency issues in this beta- that were caused by audio effects added on long sequences with many clip! I'm not sure if this is related or not, but I keep getting an "audio not found at..." message as I play my sequence (not at the provided timecode where the error occurs. Even when I clear the "events" they continue to pop up with the same message for the same time code.

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one thing to add, is that there appears to be a static sound at every place I add an audio transition between clips (it doesn't matter whether it's Constant Gain/Power, or Exponential Fade, it occurs it with all of them.

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FYI, I just tested this, and the static does not show up in my export, only playback on the sequence

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