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I have a project that consist of 6 reels that live in nested sequences. When I initally play back the master sequence containing the 6 reels, all of my audio is there. but when I export the project, I am missing audio from reel 4. When I replace reel 4 in the timeline, my audio comes back until I export the master sequence again, and then the audio is lost in both the export and the master sequence timeline. I am currently working around this by exporting reel 4 on its own and then adding it back in to the master sequence and then exporting the master sequence again, but I am already losing enough time with the consistant encountering of serious errors crash that I expierience when snugging up the reels in the master sequence before export (yes, I am forcing editing a huge project with 4k .mp4s on 7200rpm drives, sorry folks, but that's my budget, and the computer is keeping up for the most part until I have to assemble those reels). Audio is .wav and comes from the same recorder as every other audio file in the project. 

 

My main question is, why reel 4 everytime. Why not reel 4, 5, and 6?

 

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nested audio missing from export

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I have a project that consist of 6 reels that live in nested sequences. When I initally play back the master sequence containing the 6 reels, all of my audio is there. but when I export the project, I am missing audio from reel 4. When I replace reel 4 in the timeline, my audio comes back until I export the master sequence again, and then the audio is lost in both the export and the master sequence timeline. I am currently working around this by exporting reel 4 on its own and then adding it back in to the master sequence and then exporting the master sequence again, but I am already losing enough time with the consistant encountering of serious errors crash that I expierience when snugging up the reels in the master sequence before export (yes, I am forcing editing a huge project with 4k .mp4s on 7200rpm drives, sorry folks, but that's my budget, and the computer is keeping up for the most part until I have to assemble those reels). Audio is .wav and comes from the same recorder as every other audio file in the project. 

 

My main question is, why reel 4 everytime. Why not reel 4, 5, and 6?

 

Premiere Pro 2020 14.4.0

MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2019)

2.3 GHz Intel Core i9

32 GB 2400 MHz DDR4

Radeon Pro Vega 20 4 GB

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Hi jacobmccoy,

 

We're sorry to hear about this. Is the sample rate of the audio files used in reel 4 matching with that of the master sequence? Also, have you tried Render and Replace for the audio tracks of reel 4 and then checked if it's working properly in the master sequence (you may unlink video & audio tracks before performing this action)? Let us know, we're here to help.

 

Thanks,

Sumeet

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