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Frequently the audio waveforms on my clips do not show so, I go to: Clip > Generate Audio Waveform
Unfortunately, nothing happens.
For example, I just created a New Sequence from a Multicam Source and the audio in A1 has no waveforms. I know that I can Render the Audio, which will produce the waveforms, but even that does not guarantee the waveforms won't disappear later. I am just wondering what is the purpose of the "Generate Audio Waveform" since it does nothing (not even an error message).
Michael J Titera
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Version 13.0 (Build 255)
Windows 10 Pro
How about a screen-grab of your screen with the audio waveforms missing?
Drag/drop the png file into your reply ... it would help to see your sequence area, including the header/control block on the left side.
Thanks for your help. Please let me know if you need any other information to resolve this Audio Waveform issue:
Almost 2 years later and they still haven't solved this problem. What the hey, Adobe?
It's not that common and most of the time there's a local issue. What's the media involved, how did you import that into Premiere (and yes, this matters) ... and have you dumped the cache files so that Premiere will rebuild them? If not, I'd suggest doing that immediately.
It happens on literally every project I use Multicam clips in. At least one of them will randomly lose their waveforms and there is no way to get them back. the only solution which occasionally works is to dump the cache and let it rebuild. Then, a day or two later, another multicam will lose its waveforms. I just went to log a bug report and found one that's been sitting there since 2017 with multiple supporting comments and zero response from Adobe.
It's (compared to the user base) a relatively small bug ... and they've had bigger fish to fry so to speak, sadly enough for those having toubles with this.
They've worked hard to knock off tons of long-lasting bugs, Patrick Palmer completely rebuilt the team when he took over a couple years back, bringing in Ivo Manalov to head bug-busting/stability. I'll give them credit for that.
Which leaves them with the many small bugs with only a few user with issues they can't repro in-house, which is why they also started the public beta program, to get the testing on more machines.
You went to the UserVoice system and checked on this ... please!!! ... go copy the link to that, and post it back in this thread so myself and others can go upvote it.
All posts/votes are seen by at least one engineer, and all posts/votes are collated and sent to the upper managers who decide budgets ... and they live by metrics. U-V is one of their biggest metrics. Let's give them some.
Would you like me to start a new post on UserVoice or copy/paste the links of all the posts I just upvoted? A quick search of "waveform" over there turned up at least 6 on the first page that touch on this issue from one angle or another, going back to 2018.
This is what I'm facing:
And sometimes, if I'm really lucky, a thin red line appears with no explanation.
I believe Jason is correct. Happens fairly regularly and scattered about when using multi-cam clips.
I can get most back by rendering audio also, but the next boot they are gone.
Post the UserVoice link here so we can upvote it, though I probably have...
If there is one (or more) specific enough that already has votes, then that would be good. Start another if they are not describing the issue we see. I know for sure it was doing it with 2019, and I think 2018 also.
Try unlinking the audio then right-click> Render and Replace. This worked for me hope it helps 🙂