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Premiere 2020 v14.5.0 audio transition produces strange noises

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Nov 03, 2020

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When I joined 2 clips together with 2 audio filters (DeNoise & Hard Limiter), and then an audio transition (Exponential Fade) to the cut point to make it smoother, it produces strange glitching noises. I tried turn off the DeNoise & Hard Limiter filter then the noises goes away. It happens after the update of Premiere v14.5.0 as I do a lot of these steps before the update and it goes smoothly. Any clue? Thanks.

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Premiere 2020 v14.5.0 audio transition produces strange noises

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When I joined 2 clips together with 2 audio filters (DeNoise & Hard Limiter), and then an audio transition (Exponential Fade) to the cut point to make it smoother, it produces strange glitching noises. I tried turn off the DeNoise & Hard Limiter filter then the noises goes away. It happens after the update of Premiere v14.5.0 as I do a lot of these steps before the update and it goes smoothly. Any clue? Thanks.

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if you render the audio does the issue still exist?  If not, might make sense to revert to the previous version that was working without issues.

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Thanks for the reply. Yes, it still exist after render.

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Just try with v14.4 and no such problems. I'm going to stick with v14.4 for a while. Great work! Adobe!

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ya know, premiere is an incredibly complex program and bug fixes and new features can have unintended consequences.   Just be thankful that premiere allows you to keep multiple versions on your system.  or not.

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Yeahhhh I was rough cutting on a Windows box and ran across this gnarly / noisy transition voodoo and thought it was a Windows thing...then I'm finishing on my Mac and noticed the issue.  I uninstalled, then re-installed vers 14.4 and no more!  

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