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    2 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Playback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Greg Hester commented  · 

    I'm having the same/similar issue for a multicam sequence I'm editing. All of the audio past a certain cut (for the remainder of the timeline) cuts out. If I scrub back to just before the edit and let the video play through the edit the audio is present. But if I stop the timeline at any point beyond the edit and then try and play it again, the audio is GONE. The audio level bars are also inactive, but the waveforms are present in the timeline. I opened the multicam sequence directly (double clicked the audio track) and the audio is present there. So I cut the portion I needed from there and pasted back into my regular timeline. It worked... BUT... now all of the other audio that previously worked (first half of project) was GONE. THIS IS RIDICULOUS.

    This is a brand new machine. It's absolutely mind-boggling how many new glitches and bugs appear with each new project I work on. Adobe, this is NOT acceptable.

    Premiere Pro Version 14.8.0 (Build 39)

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    Greg Hester commented  · 

    These are basic features. Even MS Movie Maker has pan and zoom effects. Premiere Pro still doesn't???? Embarrassing, Adobe.

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