Resolve the Essential Sound Loudness Match Bug
For some reason, one specific audio clip in my timeline won't allow me to auto-match it to broadcast standards. Instead, it just shows "not matched (Analyzed Loudness -1.00 LUFS)" whenever I click the auto-match. When I click reset and try it again, it does the same thing. None of the other clips have this issue. I discovered this issue with this clip when auto-match would not work for all of the clips selected at the same time. When I did that, it wouldn't auto-match and showed an error that one or more of the selected clips wasn't enabled. Now that I've narrowed it down to this one problematic clip, I'm not sure of what to do next. Nothing I do seems to change anything, even disabling and re-enabling the clip. Could this issue be resolved?
Kjetil Lier Svendsen commented
Hi! I have the same issue, and the resolved issue link below did not work for me. Using CC2023. It says "Not matched" even though it has analyzed (apparently) the clip, because it also says (Analyzed Loudness xx LUFS) and I see the status in the progress window. Cleaning audio type does not work, resetting or reinstalling Premiere doesn't work. EDIT: Solved by watching this video by Felipe Camara: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alfVvRaIO1s
John Pooley commented
I too am unable to use the Auto Match, it won't even show an Analyzed Loudness, it just says "Not Matched".
Edit: I resolved my issue, see here: https://forums.adobe.com/message/11207448#11207448