If you watch any Amazon commercial, when the person says "Alexa", the Echo doesn't react to it. Other commercials also keep the activation keyword from starting.
More over, I've started to notice some news shows also skirting a response from Echo when Alexa is said. At first I thought it was a database somewhere that wouldn't allow, but the blue light doesn't even activate to send data.
There has to be an audio fix that allows the Echo or Fire device from activating. Does anyone know how they do it?
How is this even an Adobe question, let alone a Premiere Pro question?
Because I believe they are processing the audio in some way where Echo is not reacting to it.
Therefore it's an audio question in Premiere Pro so I can say "Alexa" in my videos without someone's Echo going off.
My only thought is to test, for which you'll need an Alexa enabled device.
I'll test this out this weekend to see if that's the trick.