Audio glitches in Premiere

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Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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Hi all, I've noticed audio glitches in Premiere for a while now. At specific points on my timeline, typically when audio clips overlap, the audio keyframes on one clip seem to be overridden by keyframes on the other. Has anyone else experienced this?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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 Is this only audio or is there video? If there is video are you using different frame rate footage? While I haven't seen this specific problem, there was a short point where Premiere seemed to be trying to cache properly and made my audio go double briefly.. The thing I think about for this one is if the audio being played is the same as the other audio or different. Anyways, posting more info of what you're using, Premiere version and specs on your computer might get you answers faster so people might not have to ask you a bunch of questions to pinpoint the problem better.

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Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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Thank you so much. Here are two examples:

 

Clip 2.PNGClip 1.PNG

 

In the first example, the pink clip doesn't begin playing until the cut between the green clips. (The pink clip is from a dynamic link to an After Effects comp. In AE the comp's audio plays just fine. But in Premiere, even as source video, it has the problem above.)

 

In the second example, the green clip plays at high volume, even at the start where the keyframes are -infiniti.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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Hi,

Frequently, the problem is using source audio that is mismatched from the sequence settings. Optimizing audio files ahead of the edit can help with such things. Placing audio files on a high speed drive also helps. Rendering audio is also sometimes necessary, as well. It depends on what else is going on in the sequence. Underruns can occur if your CPU is taxed too much, etc.

 

Regards,
Kevin

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