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Single audio clip of multiple sounds quiet and compressed after export

Community Beginner ,
Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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Hello,

I'm editing a voice-over in premiere, I have multiple seperate clips, all recorded during the same session, stitched together and leveled everything until it sounded good in my timeline. However, after I export this voice-over (whether it be in WAV, MP3 or h.264) one of those audio clips, and only this one, suddenly sounds quiet and compressed. All the other clips sounds exactly like they did in my timeline but only this one changes for some reason. I used an auto-gate and denoiser on all the clips with the exact same settings, I exported the audio in 44,1 khz with all formats, bitrate (or the uncrompressed setting with WAV) doesn't seem to change anything. I am also using the latest version of Premiere Pro. Does anybody have any idea as to why this is happening? Because I'm stumped.

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Community Beginner , Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021
Alright, this had a very simple solution. I just re-imported the clip, moved all the attributes and effects over from the old clip to the new one, and deleted the old clip. Now the export no longer sound weird. Should've probably tried that in the first place, apologies folks.

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Alright, this had a very simple solution. I just re-imported the clip, moved all the attributes and effects over from the old clip to the new one, and deleted the old clip. Now the export no longer sound weird. Should've probably tried that in the first place, apologies folks.

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