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Strange thing has happned the last couple of exports in Premiere Pro.
I edit my music background tracks in Audition to remix it. I do that to match the ength of my YouTube videos.
I then import the waav file to Premiere and add it to an audio track below all other audio tracks (including voice, sound effect, etc.)
I then use essential sound to Duck the music track to my dialogue.
This has been working for me for the last 3 years with no issue. Until now.
During playback everything is leveled. I export the clip and the resulting file has the nusic revert back to it's original levels, which is too loud to even hear me talking.
Not sure what happened or if I accidentaly clicked a setting during export, which I 100% I did not.
APpreciate the help.
I'm not sure if this helps but sounds similar to the problems I was having, whereby there is a bug in the latest release of Adobe Premiere in that the auto ducking doesn't apply on exporting.
I've since rolled back to V15.2.0 which is working fine, while waiting for an update/fix.
Sorry I should have added *latest release of Adobe Premiere V15.4.0 (Build 47).
Ah this does help. It was driving me crazy. LOL! I thought I had clicked on a "hidden" setting.
I ended up just lowering the whole backing track to save time.