BUG: Audio exports are inaccurate when effects are applied.
On the left is a line of dialogue with effects applied in the timeline with the default settings of Balanced Male Voice in the dialogue section of the Essential Sound Panel. Reduce Noise is also checked at the default setting of 3. SIDENOTE: Reduce noise is not the culprit as the export is inaccurate without Reduce Noise as well.
On the right is what happens when the clip is exported. Not only is the volume lower but the sound quality is wildly different. The clip on the left (pre export) sounds crisp and clean; in other words how you want it to sound after working on it for hours on end. The clip on the right (once exported) sounds muddy even once the volume is brought back up.
The main point is that they should sound the exact same because they should be the exact same.
I can’t apply for film festivals with a Premiere Project File and I can’t get what sounds good in the timeline out.
The audio clip is a 192000 sample bit WAV with a 24 bit sample size. SIDENOTE: I have done the same test with a downconverted 96000 sample bit WAV to see if that made a difference.
I have spent countless hours looking for a solution. Does anyone have a workaround for this? Is this going to get fixed in the next build?