Hi Folks! I'm a computer instructor who is teaching classes remotely using Zoom. When I share my screen and share computer audio using Zoom, participants int he Zoom meeting can only hear the playback from Premiere very faintly.
They can hear playback of a YouTube video clearly and at normal volume.
Does anyone know of any information from Adobe regarding how to control playback of sound from within their programs during a Zoom meeting?
I can't be the only tech instructor teaching Audition or Premiere via Zoom.
Did you resolve this issue. I'm having the same problem and I thought I solved it by changing preferences in Adobe Premier to zoomaudio device. Now I get the audio to playback through zoom but only for a few seconds and then timeline freezes. Let me know if you solve it
I had the same problem of Premiere only playing a few seconds at a time, until I set "ZoomAudioDevice" for audio input, output and Master Clock.
Preferences > Audio Hardware > Default input: ZoomAudioDevice, DefaultOutput: ZoomAudioDevice. I set the Master Clock to ZoomAudioDevice as well, which I think is what solved it for me.
I have the same issue - it looks pretty straightforward on macs but on a Windows machine the ZoomAudioDevice is nonexistent. I tried the suggestion of the virtual audio cable but I need to be able to hear the audio from Premiere while I'm editing.
I really hope to be able to limit the number of programs I am using.
It seemed very straightforward in this video but I do not have a mac so I don't see the ZoomAudioDevice