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Audio changes after renderining video

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Nov 01, 2020

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Premiere Pro CC 2020

 

Whne playing videos in the timeline and adjusting the audio for my needs everything is fine.

However after rendering the video  the audio level of the rendered video is different than before (Timeline)

The audio is in .wav format

 

It seems the problem is releatesd to the bezier function.

 

Any ideas?Thank you

Klaus

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Audio changes after renderining video

Community Beginner ,
Nov 01, 2020

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Premiere Pro CC 2020

 

Whne playing videos in the timeline and adjusting the audio for my needs everything is fine.

However after rendering the video  the audio level of the rendered video is different than before (Timeline)

The audio is in .wav format

 

It seems the problem is releatesd to the bezier function.

 

Any ideas?Thank you

Klaus

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I have no idea, but first...Please tell us your system specs: OS version, Premiere version, amount of RAM, Hardware specs including graphics card and your source properties (codec, audio sampling and bitrate) and sequence settings (codec, audio...etc.)..

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 02, 2020

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Thanks for your answer.

 

Windows 10 latest Release

Premiere latest Release

AMD Ryzen9 32GB

NVidia 1650

Settings: see screenshots

2020-11-02 10_24_55-.png2020-11-02 10_24_00-.png

 

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Here are the sequence settings

2020-11-02 10_36_04-Sequenzeinstellungen (Sequence Settings).png

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Nov 02, 2020

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Are you comparing the audio level of the exported file vs the timeline?

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yes

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latest findings

 

when I use the Bezier function to reduce(1) my audio level in the timeline and increase(2) it lateron to the same level as bevor, everything is OK when replay the timeline. But after rendering the audiolevel after increasing(2) is not the same as before(1)

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