Hi, I just started using PluralEyes for syncing my audio. One issue I keep running into when I export the .xml for Premiere Pro: the second track is often replaced with a buzzing sound. Sometimes this buzzing evens out at -24 db. Other times, it's so loud that even when my computer's volume is at one bar, it's still pretty startling. Then the third audio track is straight up replaced with silence.
The issue might be related to audio drifting? I found that sometimes when the buzzing is not present, the second audio track is just slightly out of sync with the first audio track. However, PluralEyes gave me no errors related to audio drifting in the projects where this problem is present in the first place. Just to cover my bases, I tried deleting temporary sync files to no avail.
I went back into the original audio files and put them into Premiere: all three audio tracks play perfectly, not one of them has the buzzing or the silence. When I try to export a clip that was having this issue as a Video File instead of a Premiere Pro XML, all three audio tracks are fine. So why is PluralEyes messing up my audio when I try to export it for Premiere Pro?
System specs: MacBook Pro 15-inch 2018, macOS Montery 12.5.1 GPU: Radeon Pro 560X 4 GB RAM: 32 GB 2400 MHz DDR4 Software specs: PluralEyes 4.1.11, Adobe Premiere 23.0.0 (or 2022 version) Footage specs: Linear PCM, HEVC, mp4, shot on a Sony a7 IV Audio specs: 48kHz, .WAV, recorded on an external microphone