I have a 5.1-audio video. What I do in Premiere Pro CC 2017 (Windows 10):
And, unfortunately, although the 5.1 track is successfully created, the volume is noticeably lowered, comparing with the original.
I also noticed that when I open Audio Track Mixer and click the play button in this window (Audio Track Mixer), it shows the dB to be on a level from -20 to -9. Even though all of the dB settings in the Audio Track Mixer are on 0 of course.
I may also add that I've experienced similar issues for stereo tracks in the past.
Thanks for the help!
How are you testing the exported volume?
Well, by playing the clips. It's obvious just by listening. But I also checked it in Audacity actually - the wave/amplitude is definitely smaller for the audio from Premiere Pro.
Same problem with stereo and mono, or only with 5.1 clips?
Yes, I've experienced same or similar issue with a stereo clip like 2 weeks ago. Usually it's ok though.
Unfortunately, I just don't have any guesses on this one.
Thanks anyway Jim. Seems like a bug to be fixed by Adobe.
This is something that I am experiencing as well. I drag and drop a video into the timeline and audio levels on the right register -12 and after exporting, I take the exported clip and drop it on the timeline and it shows lower volume