Problem with audio clip effects is that it switches Channel Map routing to bypass when project is opened on a different PC and has to be reset for each clip in order to hear effect. Would be better if the project saved the settings when opening projects on a different PC or going from Mac to Windows and vice versa.2 votes
I purchased Adobe Premiere Pro just yesterday with great hopes, but I am unable to get rid of the huge echo and sound reverberation effect when I record my Voice. Very urgent to do this improvement. Meanwhile please send me a quick-fix to resolve my issue, will highly appreciate it. I am totally stuck, unable to make even one single video.1 vote
If the echo and reverberation are present in the ‘raw’ recording, and not added later as audio effects, there’s little chance PPro will be able to get rid of them.
Input gain, microphone placement, and standard sound isolation techniques may all help your recording quality.
I have everything correct, but Audio is not working, I could see the wave and volume indicator. But I'm unable to hear the audio.. very disappointing to see how Premium Pro is letting people down.1 vote
We’re not sure how PPro is letting you down?
If you can see the wave and volume indicators, then PPro is outputting audio, to some device (though not necessarily the one to which you’re listening). Perhaps Adobe Support could help troubleshoot the issue.
There seems to be an issue when selecting "Loudness Normalization" on export. The Loudness Normalization Report shows identical values for the "Normalized" and "Source" values.
When I bring the file back in to test, the Loudness Normalization does not appear to have been completed.
Screenshots of Loudness Reports attached. An older one that did work shows the adjusted values.1 vote
The shown behavior is not a bug. The source loudness was already within the specified tolerance range of 2 LUFS from the target loudness of -24 LUFS. That’s why no value was adjusted.
There is no indicator for audio that requires rendering - why not? Currently the only indication you get is when you attempt to play a sequence - playback is suspended, audio is rendered, and then playback commences.
Further, audio renders are constantly and consistently dropped. Often, upon closing and re-opening a project, the audio renders for any given sequence have to be re-rendered. This is a real problem for sequences with hundreds of renders.2 votes
If you can reproduce the problem, please contact Support and provide step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce it; we’d be happy to help.
Bug report PremiereP 13.1 Audio is out of sync and sounds funny.
no other audio drivers listed only MME are listed in hardware.
tried ver 12 there the sound works fine.
my conclushion is ver 13 is buggy.1 vote
Hopefully, 14.x is working better for you? Please feel free to post new requests, with more specifics.
I have a problem! I cannot select my microphone when recording an audio track. I hope you'll give me a hand.1 vote
Professional export of AAF for Protools! with original file names! With out this feature Premier is NOT a PRO application. AVID es the only real PRO editing app now.23 votes
PPro does export AAF with original filenames, and supports professional inter-operation with ProTools.
Your latest update has disabled all audio output. Installing ASIO4ALL did not help either. All sound cards and devices test fine and work with all programs except Adobe. Even ASIO4ALL activates the output - I can hear the his.1 vote
Not much we can do with this report; current versions of PPro seem to be producing audio output.
Opened new version of PP CC and started to export files with audio.
First filed failed to complete.
Second file completed.
Attached is bug report, PP CC details & iMac details1 vote
We believe that it failed, but without source media and step-by-step instructions on how to reliably reproduce the failure, there’s nothing we can do with this report.
If you can reproduce the behavior in current versions of PPro, please contact Support and provide files and steps.
******************************FATAL BUG: (the first part of the clip doesn't have the effect applied)
Premiere Pro is still having the adaptive noise reduction effect typical issue, even in the new CC 2019 denoise effect (the first part of the clip doesn't have the effect applied).
I think this should be DEFINITIVELY fixed, please.
If you can reproduce the problem in current builds of PPro, please contact Support and provide step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce it; we’d be happy to help.
When I load projects, often times some of the audio channels will not produce sound upon playback. Clicking all of the solo buttons twice (on and off) eliminates the problem. This seems... rather odd.5 votes
Without a file that reproduces the behavior, there’s not much we can do with this report. If you can still reproduce the behavior in current versions of PPro, please contact Support, and provide such a file.
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