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Analog Delay cuts off on Export

New Here ,
Mar 31, 2018 Mar 31, 2018

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I have tried using the Premiere Pro CC 2018's analog delay with a small problem.  A tutorial shows me how you can take the clip, nest it, and use the black video to allow it to expand past the clip.  It sounds great when I'm editing, everything flows well.  I render the file and export it, but the effect still stops prematurely.  I followed the examples, is there a step that I'm missing?

Here's a copy of the video after the export (at around 9 seconds is where the delay stops prematurely):

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Adobe Employee ,
May 11, 2018 May 11, 2018

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Hi mikerich40,

Have you tried creating the effect in Audition? Please try is and let us know if that worked for you.

Thanks,
Kevin

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New Here ,
Jan 23, 2024 Jan 23, 2024

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Okay, so it is very simple but a little hard to explain. The reason it cuts out is because the audio in the nested sequence is blank or empty. If you look at your audio after the delay you'll see the noise that is being generated is empty and I assume everything before the delay has white waves on the audio track. What you need to do is go back to the original audio and make a key frame of where you want your delay to start and instead of slicing it and throwing delay you need to keyframe the audio to -282 Db. You want to leave the audio before the keyframe at 0.0 Db. The reason the delay cuts off when you export is because the system does not register any sound it thinks it's just empty. Instead of having empty audio turn the audio all the way down to 0.0 and the system will register it as white noise.

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I've ran into this problem so many times and could never find the solution but I finally found what the issue was and wanted to share it with anyone who might run into it. 

 

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Apr 12, 2024 Apr 12, 2024

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Yessss !!! I was also looking for a solution to this problem. Thanx a lot. It worked for me

 

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