I opened a short project (10 min video with several overlaid audio and video clips) that was working fine yesterday. Now, there is no audio when playing the video in the timeline, when dragging the "playhead" along the timeline, or when I export the sequence as an mp4 file.
However, if I open an individual video or audio clip in the mixer window, the sound works, so I know the audio is "there." I am an Adobe Premiere newbie. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks.
I have had the same problem. Two calls to Adobe have not been able to identify WHY the problem persists, but there is a way to get the audio back.
Create a new sequence.
Select all the tracks from the original sequence.
Copy and paste them into the new sequence.
I have done this a few times, and has always worked.
If anyone can shed light on why this happens, I'd also appreciate it.
I had the same thing. I just duplicated the file and that duplicate had audio. Hope that works for you too.
This just worked for me - thank you. No idea why this happened?
what the heck. I was trouble shooting for 10 minutes, restarted my computer, and was thinking 'okay I know I'm a better editor than this, what is happening.' Your solution of creating a new sequence and copy and pasting worked for me. God bless you.
in my case all I need to do is solo one of the audio tracks then unsolo it. I really must get round to doing a bug report...
Thanks to all-- The solo/unsolo operation worked. We had already tried copying the whole file, and that didn't work for me.
Constantly happening to me. Soloing and Unsoloing does not work for me, but copy/pasting in new timeline works. Having to do it multiple times per project it is happening so often.
Overall, if anyone with Adobe is listening, the issues are infuriating. Inconsistent audio bug. What fixes it or works one time does not always work a second. Audio channels do not remain consistent when creating sequences from Multcam syncs, and do not always path logically or correctly. After quitting and restarting, sometimes a sequence will play, sometimes not. Sometimes all one has to do is solo and unsolo all the channels. Sometimes it works, sometimes not. Sometimes you have to go into the Multicam Sync and open it on the timeline and solo and unsolo.
Just a pain for someone using Multicam, which is all I am doing for the next few months.
I am having the same issue but even worse after the last update. The timeline randomly decides not to play back audio. This is extremely interruptive to a workflow. It's even worse if you use ProRes footage and apparently that issue has been around for years. Come Adobe, get it together. You release constant updates. Address the issues!
So frustrating! Soloing one of the non-working track brought everything back, but sometimes I can't believe how buggy this software can be.