I just created a short video in premiere pro, on my timeline everything works perfectly: Audio and video. When I export, there is no audio. I am trying to export H.264, export settings shown below. I see that is is a somewhat common problem but I don't see anything that has fixed my problem yet. I appreciate any help.
Set audio to AAC and try again.
MPEG-1 Layer 1 is a reeeeealy old format. It's possible your media player just can't play it.
I would agree with Ann. Leave the default audio options in place.
Is AAC defualt? What are the other default options? If I changed anything, it was not on purpose.
I'm having the same issue with the 2018 update. If my project is more than a minute or two, it seems to have audio missing randomly out of the finished product. Any help or solutions?
this is a longshot, but did you find any solution to your problem? just made a post about something that sounds similar
Did anybody find solution for this? i read all the threads and im exporting audio in AAC and the video keeps exporting with no audio, tried to unlink all the audios from video, tried to export only the audio. Nothing works! please help!
I'm in the same boat. At one point my project's audio was exporting, but now it's not. I've tried several different settings, made updates, unlinked video from audio and audio from out audio tracks, etc. This project has been edited by 2 other people onthe team from their home offices. but the files are shared in a cloud storage. If I try to open the most recent PP file, there are dozens of missing file links.
I've gone back tot he last known time exporting audio worked and edited from that point, but still had no luck getting audio out. Like the others here, nothing is working.
I have spent 2 days convertig my files into constant frame rates, matching the frame rates, and experimenting with export settings and my sound drops from my video as soon as I pause it or click around. Every video - same results.
I've been struggling with this for weeks! But finally found a solution. Unistall premiere and install an old version. I used 14.9 and BOOM exported perfectly with regular default settings! Sometimes when things aren't broken, dont fix it. Updating was the problem.