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Hey there, I have some kind of a strange problem,
I am working on a quite long sequence of selects (6 1/2 hrs). All the selects in there are marked with sequence markers. Now i imported they whole sequence into a new one, so that i have a nested sequence with clip markers on it, so i go on selecting, deleting, editing...
after i reached a certain point (around 5 hrs in the timeline), audio just stopped working. all the cut pieces of this nested sequence are working normally, but after the last cut i did --> no audio while playback in the part of the sequence that is not cut yet. also the audio levels are flat. if i put this nested sequence into another new sequence it works, also the original sequence has no problems... is it possible that premiere has problems with too many cuts in one, heavily marked, nested sequence? am working with premiere cc17.0.1
i hope i managed to describe my problem in a way that is understandable, and someone has an idea how to fix it.
i have several of this sequences in my project, but only the very long one misbehaves.
thanks in advance
The problem is understood. Though not the cause.
My first guess would be a glitch that in the end, you'll simply need to work around.
at least i managed to explain my problem, at first i thought... how the f**k am i going to verbalize that problem
as i mentioned above, the cause might be that there are to many small pieces of the sequence and premiere just can`t handle all the linking in the background. all the multiple video and audio tracks combined with a lot of markers... if i delete the part in front that i cut already, the misbehaving, uncut part of the nested sequence starts working again... most propably i will have to work around, because i just reached the limits of premiere`s capacities....
The cause might be that there are to many small pieces of the sequence and premiere just can`t handle all the linking in the background.
I am very skeptical of that.
as i said it might be... give it a better guess
Glitchy sequence, like I said earlier.
Did you ever find a solution to this problem, as this is exactly what has happened to me.
The audio has just stopped working on the timeline forward of where I'm cutting. If I undo edit or delete the previous edit, the audio comes back. When I add another edit the audio stops working again. This is nuts!
The work around is that I have to create two timelines. A first half and a second half. When I delete the first half that I've already edited, the audio comes back. Seriously Adobe need to look at this. Just another bug to add to the many I guess.
I have the same problem and it seems related to editing a nested sequence in a final sequence. Sometimes whole track is muted or individual clips. The audio problem seems random which clip and/or track is affected. But once it occurs, if seems to be consistently muted. Audio wave form even displays when render audio is run. But when playing, there is no audio meter and no sound (for those specific areas). It isn’t tied to Solo, mute or keyframes. I tried many things without a solution and came to the conclusion that it is a bug that Adobe needs to fix. I only found a workaround that it helps to simplify the number of edits by splitting the final sequence edit (the one with the nested sequences in it). You can do this by splitting (duplicate and delete) the sequence into multiples. You can then recombine in another sequence (with differing levels of success). You can also render each one separately and then combine in Premiere or Media encoder.
I am having the same issue with no way to solve it.
1. Created multicam sequence.
2. only using track 1 for audio
3. multicam is nested in the main sequence.
4. audio from multicam works on the last 3-4 cuts but not on the beginning.
I have tried deleting the cached files, temporary saves, etc.... nothing seems to work. but I don't feel like recutting the whole video just for background noise.
Just went through this. Here is what you do.
I only need my main audio track to sink with 11 different video clips.
First, unlink all of the audio from their video tracts.
Second, delete all the useless audio.
Third select all video and single and useful audio tract.
Nest and then enable camera.
Problem solved. Need the other audio. Add it on seperate audio tracts after you do your main audio edit.
Good luck. Hope this helps.