Default Audio Output does not switch with System
When changing the default audio output within Windows 10 (say from speakers to headphones) while Premiere is open, Premiere switches to a different output than selected and can never be switched back until the application is closed and restarted. Once restarted, the audio output works, but the devices shows up twice in the audio settings, both say (not working), even though they do (see attached image). Note that I only have two audio outputs, even if Premiere is showing three.
Also, Premiere should follow whatever the default output is set to at on startup, or have an option to do so.
Will Ostrick commented
I have the same issue, every time I want to change my audio output from headphones to speakers.. Is there a work around, or is this something that can be fixed ??
Dale Davidson commented
Please! It's such a drag to have to drill down in to preference menus just to switch the audio if I choose to take the headphones off.
Dan McGuckin commented
This would be so helpful
scott westwood commented
I have the same issue, when my playback device is my speakers on windows 10 the output device on Premiere Pro is my headphones and vice versa.
Which makes working using PP and other software awkward. As said above, there should also be an option for the Premiere Pro output be the devices/windows 10 selected playback device.