Adobe premiere crashes when using youtube converted audio

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Feb 14, 2022 Feb 14, 2022

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Hello, so I'm new to adobe premiere and I recently started working on a personal project for me and my friends.  The audio used for the video is from a youtube video; I convert the youtube audio using a converter online, and then I convert it from an mp3 file to a wav file (using adobe audition), then I put it into my video.  Premiere works fine for a little while and then all of a sudden my mouse currsor freezes, the system crashes and then my audio device (through desktop screen) cannot play anything at all.  I have to reboot my computer, and then it'll work again for a little while but eventually crashes.  I realized that its the actual audio that is causing this to happen.  Why does this happen with youtube audio, and how can I find a way for this to work?

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Instead of Audition, use the audio file conversion in the Media Encoder program. This program is specially designed to convert files to the format you need. Audition is a program for creating an audio mix, working with mixes, tuning them, polishing and various manipulations with sound quality. Verdict - Media Encoder.

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