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Changing Over from Avid MC

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Oct 28, 2020

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Hi,

As an Avid editor now working at a company using PP, Ihave been asked to adapt.  Fine, as editing is editing.  But my shortcuts are second nature; it'll take time.  For now, and to get started, here is an installation question.  My laptop has its own speakers, naturally; but I also have a Creative Labs soundcard linked via USB and ultimately connecting out via optical cable to a Denon amplifier.  With ordinary media players the output 'automatically knows' whether to output via the speakers or the soundcard, simply by whether or not the soundcard is installed, but somehow PP doesn't know and always plays out of the laptop speakers only.  I think (though not certain) that there was an audio issue when installing PP, but either way, presently, I cannot play out to a hi-fi set-up. 

Please advise,

DC

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Changing Over from Avid MC

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Hi,

As an Avid editor now working at a company using PP, Ihave been asked to adapt.  Fine, as editing is editing.  But my shortcuts are second nature; it'll take time.  For now, and to get started, here is an installation question.  My laptop has its own speakers, naturally; but I also have a Creative Labs soundcard linked via USB and ultimately connecting out via optical cable to a Denon amplifier.  With ordinary media players the output 'automatically knows' whether to output via the speakers or the soundcard, simply by whether or not the soundcard is installed, but somehow PP doesn't know and always plays out of the laptop speakers only.  I think (though not certain) that there was an audio issue when installing PP, but either way, presently, I cannot play out to a hi-fi set-up. 

Please advise,

DC

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go to preferences:  audio hardware and choose the output.  If you're just starting in Premiere, I'd suggest you at least do a quick review of all the preferences.  

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