For some reason some of the video clips I try to drag into the timeline show up with no audio track. Yet, if I open up the file in QuickTime the audio sounds completely fine.
Any help with this? It's extremely frustrating and I cannot seem to find the solution anywhere else on here.
This has been discussed a million time on the forum.
its called souce patching.
My screendump is wearing out.
Also has to do with memory resources and a bug in Adobe Preimere that requires a restart to fix. Man these "pros" are so so special can't beleive they take time out of there presious day to jump on and spout their expertise in all things Premire. I hope we can all take a min to appreciate them (giant eye roll).
Thanks. Restart fixed it. Dunno what the pic waas trying to convey.
Ann's answer was succint, direct, and ... exactly the same information as PeruBob's link ...
I'll desagree with that. Peru Bob was in deed short and utilitarian, and educated.
"This has been discussed a million time on the forum" is a non necessary add on. Just post the link and move on. Be easy on people, even if "Has been discussed a million time on the forum". This is my first time on this bug/setting, so (As i wrote) a quick googling gave me this post and Bob's link.
Hope been clear about it.
Forums are actually fairly impersonal by nature. One very crucial piece to remember is this forum is viewed by far more people than the ones actually involved. The information isn't just for the person posting a comment, but for all who view later.
And the reminder that an issue has been covered many times is used "around here" to point out the wisdom of a quick forum search, as most things posted have actually been dealt with before.
Ann is actually a lot more ... "gentle" ... than a couple of the old curmudgeons that used to help out a ton around here. They were curt, direct, short, and blunt. Never intended anything as a personal attack, and neither expected anyone to respond emotionally to their posts. Which were alway direct and spot on useful data. Nothing more.
And yea, they were the main answer folks when I started out. I never took their blunt summations that I'd done something wrong personally. I simply learned and changed my habits.
They saved my bacon numerous times. And somehow, I survived emotionally ...
Neil, with all due respect, most of the people who are here are not part of the community, just looking for a quick answer.
Although Ann sometimes can be agressive, especially when she has to use the same comment over and over again, it does not warrant any of the users to bully her, or anyone else.
Maybe this experience will reemind us that we are here to share knowledge even if we have to do it a millions time, not to police people if they asking a question that has been asked before.