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I have the new M1 Chip MacBook Pro and am having trouble transferring the MP3 files over from previous videos to the new usable MP4 format on Premeire Pro Beta. I used a MP3 to MP4 converter and was able to get the audio working for a short while and then an error code "Audio not found 00" continuously popped up. Is this something that is currently being fixed? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Have you tried converting the audio to Wave or Aiff?
I did and it it worked, thank you. I am now having trouble with Adobe crashing when I am editing out of nowhere. No error code pops up it just becomes unresponsive.
Please provide additional info on your project. What video codec is your media, is your media on the internal HD or on an external drive? Did you upgrade Big Sur OS to the latest version? (11.1) Explain exactly when crashing happens. Are you moving media in the interface, are you J,K,Ling, are you creating graphics, etc. Every little detail can help Adobe troubleshoot your issue.
Adobe is still working on the M1 supported version of Premiere and it will take a while for it to be released. If the M1 version is unstable for you, consider using other hardware to edit.
Notes from the other thread about M1 support
Not functioning currently
MP3 is not yet supported on the M1 Beta for Premiere Pro. MP4/AAC/M4A audio should be supported, but we have an open bug on sometimes getting the error that you specified.
For now I would recommend using the Intel release version of Media Encoder (which you can install on your M1 Mac via the Creative Cloud application) to transcode your audio to WAV for best compatibility until we have full format support. Thank you.
Thanks, Matt. I understand how to work audio now. I am wondering if there is anything I can do besides waiting to be able to edit with out the entire program crashing frequently. I understand people are working right now to fix it, but I bought the new M1 laptop (and paying for Adobe) specifically to edit and am unable to do so.