Hi Adobe Community.
I am having serious issues with audio in a nested sequence. It is a very long explanation so I made a video please watch it first before reading the next comment. I have attached it but also put it on dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iehpotfdfhb5zaf/AUDIO%20ISSUES%20PREMIERE%202022%20LATEST%20VERSION.mp4?dl...
(again, please watch the video first)
Another thing that I forgot to add is that if I move the front audio to a different track, say track two or three, then the nested sequence audio suddenly plays fine.
Thanks for the help.
Put it on YouTube or Vimea and post a link here. Most of us volunteers aren't that interested in downloading massive unkown files onto our computers or tablets.
Nice to meet you and thank you for responding. Respectfully, I've attached the video to the original post. All you have to do is click on it and it will play without having to download it. Adobe Community has made this possible. But, as requested here is a youtube link. https://youtu.be/OnVDWDxB2Yw Any insight you can give would be much appreciated and thanks again for responding.
We nearly have the same PC except I have the 1070Ti.
Did you try rendering the audio before playback?
Is this a MC seqeunce the nest is in?
Make sure Default Input in the Audio Hardware in the Preferences is set to No Input.
Sorry I don't know what an MC Sequence is. Yes, rendered audio and Yes, Default Imput is set to No Input. Still same result.
Was worth a shot.
Mc ... multicamera.
Yes, It is a Multicam sequence
Yep, and it's driving me insane. Here's a thought... Could it be my audio drivers that come with Windows 10??
OH, BTW I'm on
Is your 'default' audio input in Premiere set to "none" ...? If not try that.
And soundcards and gaming 'assistance' apps often do things with the audio on a computer that cause fits in Premiere Pro. So if you've any of that stuff, it ... might ... be an issue.
Yep, it's set to "NONE" and I also tried rendering the audio as well but... no joy.
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