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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Thanks or the feedback Peter. We are exploring some of these type of interactions internally, it is good to get feed back from users here.

    While not the feature you are asking for, I can provide an alternate that might help (it might not help also, I'm never sure). If you double click on a clip in the Project panel or the timeline, the clip will load into the Source Panel. When a clip is in focus in the Source panel, the Audio Clip Mixer will show the master output for that clip. You can use the volume fader to reduce the volume of a clip there and it will be remembered when the project is saved. The downside, or upside if this is desired, is that volume will also be used when the clip is cut into the timeline.

    While not a direct replacement for a dedicated Source Volume affordance, this might help your current workflow. I'm also adding it here as this is a public forum, and it is a chance to pass on some knowledge to users that will search for similar info. They might stumble on this and it might be of some help.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi Paul,
    I'm not sure what you familiarity with the various ways to manipulate the keyframe line, but I can list some of the more hidden functions if you want (I also add it here for anyone that wants to search for this later on). Sorry if this is remedial for you, since this is a public forum, so bear with me.

    When you are dragging the keyframe line, or a keyframe itself on the clip, holding modifier keys will change how fast the line/keyframe will be dragged.
    So, on Mac:
    Holding Command will move the line more slowly, in one tenth a of a dB change
    Holding Option will move the line ins equal proportions (it will follow the logarithmic nature of the decibel line) making it easier to set the negative values by dragging.
    On Windows:
    Holding Crtl will move the line more slowly, in one tenth a of a dB change
    Holding Alt will move the line ins equal proportions (it will follow the logarithmic nature of the decibel line) making it easier to set the negative values by dragging.

    Note that the path that the keyframes takes vertically is not linear, or logarithmic, but a customs scale mapped across the face of the clip.

    Additionally: there is keyboard short cuts to move the line, or the selected keyframes up and down by one dB. By default it is mapped to the brackets keys ("[" and "]"). And the Shift modifier will move the keyframe in larger increments. The default is 6 dB, but that can be customized here: "Preferences>Audio>Large Volume Adjustments...".

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    @Anthony Dean. Please provide a video showing what is happening.

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    Hi all, a couple things here from the Premiere audio "guy":

    Correct, this does not re-generate waveforms, and never has. This command is solely for when you have "Preferences>Audio>Automatic audio waveform generation ..." turned off. The command will not re-generate or create waveforms for Multicam/Nests. The command does not grey unfortunately, and is not well documented that it has a narrow functionality.

    "What's worse is that Premiere is even more likely to show no waveforms as of CC2018." If you can provide details so I can reproduce the issue I will file a bug to have it fixed. I've not seen this on my end.

    "work with multicam sequences and if I have a adjust the audio in my sequence, it often makes the waveform disappear"
    Premiere will only show audio for any nested sequence in narrow cases also (Multicam is a special type of nest). If there is no audio mixing happening on various tracks in the source, and no audio volume keyframes. Other than that the waveforms will be not shown in the nest. This is as designed and has worked this way, as far as I know, since the beginning of nests. It isn't ideal I agree, but it is not a bug as it functions as it was intended.

    I agree with you all here with how it should work. Using the term bug is a tough one, cause this really ins't a bug (a bug is an untended or breakage of the or a deviation from the desired behavior of the code). I will interpret all votes here as converting this functionally to a new feature: Re-Generate waveforms.
    Along with that, the missing waveforms on nest should be explicitly called out as a separate feature, and made available for votes.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    I tried this on an M1 Mac Mini and found no issues. Could you elaborate more on the specifics of what you are doing.
    What platform?
    VST3 or Audio Units?
    What version of Premiere and Waves?
    What Buffer Size are you using in the audio hardware preferences.
    Any additional info that could help me replicate this.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    I have a high priority bug filed for this.

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    "I thought VST3 plugins didn't work with Premiere Pro ?"

    VST3 is fully working on Mac and PC.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    I have a bug on this and am raising the priority.

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    @Matt Crum: Could you send me a project file that shows this bug? Send it to audbugs@adobe.com Attention Matt.

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    My comment below was referring to this: "creates a nasty glitching/grinding digital". That issue was fixed.
    I am able to head a pop when playing across an edit when this is applied as a clip effect. I will create a bug fro that right now. Is this what everyone is hearing?

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi All,
    Matt from the Premiere Pro Team. We have been fixing a ton of bugs related to this type of error. I don't have a specific bug against this effect, but most likely we have fixed this in 13.1 release this week. Can someone comment on whether this is fixed or if it is still happening?

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Can you be more explicit with the request here? Premiere already has on clip transitions for adding in and out clips (Effects>Audio Transitions..). Those s transitions can be used as crossfades between clips or on the beginning or ending of clips to fade the audio di in or out. What do you need exactly?
    Once I understand exactly what is wanted I can figure out if what is missing.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    @David Bode
    Thanks for the follow up.
    Does Premiere crash if you export directly from Premiere, and not through AME?
    Can you post a picture of your Audio Plugins Manager dialog so I can eliminate some variables?

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    @David Bode
    The first thing you need to try is to rescan your effects to rebuild the internal list. Do the below actions:
    1. In Premiere, open "Preferences>Audio>Audio Plug-in Manager...
    2. In the dialog that opens, under the "VST Plug-in Folders" section, press the Default button. Please use the default for now as this section only applies to older VST's and not VST3.
    3. Check on "Rescan existing plugins" box. This will rescan all the available system effects.
    4. Then press the "Scan for Plug-ins" button to scan the system for effects.
    5. When done press the OK button to accept the new list

    This will remove all effects and completely build the internal list of effects, and is the first step to determining what the issues are and helping get a fix.

    Please respond back after you have done this and testing if the effects are still causing a crash.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Hi Earth,
    I'm not sure what might be your issue. Like I said, we test extensively with 3rd party effects and haven't run into any issue like this.
    Can you verify that you did a full rescan of your effects that I detailed below? "so the list was fresh" doesn't mean something hasn't changed since then.

    When you rescan, can you also press the default button to reset your VST2.4 scanning locations. This is to eliminate variables that might be causing issue, not cause I want you to use Volder VST 2.4 effects.

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    "I wonder if Pr is scanning the default (C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3) location in Win10?"
    Yes, it does. VST3 works differently than the older original VST (what we call internally VST2.4 for the last SDK). That is why I said to remove any VST3 paths from the VST2.4 scanning area as it can cause problems.

    Can you send a picture of your Audio Plug-in Manager window to audbugs@adobe.com (Attention Matt) so I can look at it?

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    We test extensively with 3rd party effects. So it makes me think there is something else going on.
    Can you try this:
    1. Open "Premiere Preferences>Audio>Audio Plug-in Manager..."
    2. In the VST Plug-in Folder section, remove any folder paths that have the word "VST3" in them.
    3. Once any VST3 folders are removed from the VST2.4 scanning list, put a check next to "Rescan Existing Plug-ins"
    4. Press the "Scan for Plug-ins" button.
    5. Once the scan completes, close the dialog, try exporting with effects again.

    You might have a stale list of effects scanned into the Premiere plugin list. If that doesn't help we can trouble shoot further.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    What effects were causing the issue?
    Were you exporting directly from Premiere or from AME?

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Related to this:
    Adobe has a free set of sound effects that are available to use for Creative Cloud customers.

    You can easily find them by launching Audition, then go to "Help>Download Sound Effects and More...." and it will launch this page (https://www.adobe.com/products/audition/offers/AdobeAuditionDLCSFX.html)

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    I've created a bug for this, thanks for reporting it.
    For now, a work around would be to click in the one of the streams to highlight them, then use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the selection to the streams that are not in view.

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    AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    @Thomas Adjani Can you elaborate? Or provide some actionable info? What needs to change?

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    Glad to hear it helped.

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    The Auto-Match feature, and the Normalize feature will end up canceling each other out if I am following what you are describing above. Both features analyze the audio content of the clips on the timeline and adjust the Gain.
    The analysis portion of the two features work very differently though. The Peak just looks at the instantaneous volume level and adjusts according to that. That isn't how our ears work though, we hear in an averaged fashion. The Auto-Level feature scan the audio and calculates the perceived volume for each clip. This is more akin to how we, as human beings, hear audio.

    "My ultimate goal is to have my voice have roughly the same volume across the entire video"
    Normalization is not what you want to be using then. I see a lot of misinformation about normalization as it is used a lot in tutorials when it probably shouldn't. The auto-match feature is designed to set all of the audio clips to the same volume level, which is what I think you want.

    If I can make a workflow suggestion based on your statement "My ultimate goal is to have my voice have roughly the same volume across the entire video".
    1. Select the voice clips you want to have set to the the same level. Tag them as Dialog in the Essential Sound panel.
    2. Turn on Loudness>Auto-match. This will scan through each file and adjust it to a LUFS level of -23dB. Each clip will be adjusted by a different amount, but the total perceived volume between all the clips should be the roughly the same.
    3. "get my voice volume anywhere close to 0dB or even 3dB" What needs to happen next is to add an equal amount of make up gain to raise all the clips by the same amount. So, with all the clips still selected, turn up the "Clip Volume>Level..." section of the Essential Sound panel. Play the audio and watch the meter. Adjust the Level slider until you reach the desired output.

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    Hi Jason, I am unable to replicate this, can you provide a project or video showing what you are doing?

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    Hi Jason, I have tried to reproduce this, but cannot reproduce exactly what you are describing. I do see an issue with high sample rate audio files showing the wrong frequency points when applying a preset and will create a bug for it. What I found might be a manifestation of what you are seeing (the same root cause).

    If you can, could you provide a project that shows the above so I can investigate?

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    I don't see any change to the audio fades, when I compared them to Premiere 2020.

    "the Exponential Fade audio transition has changed to where it is no longer a fade to silence then back up".
    This part I do not understand, a crossfade is not supposed to fade to silence. Crossfades should not fade to silence, they should fade the first clip out while fading the second fade in, all over lapping.
    Maybe you can explain or post a video of what you are seeing so I can understand.

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    Ok, that was the information I needed. I would not have ever guessed the below. I have created a bug for it.
    One more question, why are you assigning a stereo file this way? This appears to be an edge case and knowing your workflow will help to understand the priority of the fix.

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    "I often have clips with 6 channels and nothing on the first 2 channels. If I open them in the source monitor, they play as silent." This is implying that you do have audio on channel 4-6 of the same file, and that is the audio you cannot hear when "Preferences>Audio>"Sum Multichannel Outputs to mono in Source Monitor": is checked on. Is that correct or incorrect?

    I tried this in PPro 22.2.0 and The latest Public Beta build, and the Preference is working for me when Media is loaded into the Source Panel. When a Sequence is loaded into the Source Panel, the preference is ignored and the audio plays out of the corresponding outputs. I hear all channels of a multichannel audio file when playing in the source monitor. There must be some variable that I am not understanding on my end. Answering the below questions might help me track down the issue.

    What is the format of the source file?
    How is the channelization of the source file set? Mono, Stereo, 5.1, Adaptive?
    Do you have any of the "Solo" buttons in the Meters panel turned to on?
    Do you have audio channels of the problem clip soloed or muted in the Audio Clip Mixer?

    If you can provide any additional info or attach a Project, file, or a video of the issue, I can investigate further.

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    Hi R.S.
    This is summing for Media, but It is not summing for Sequences. Is this was you are seeing?

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    Thanks for the report with the video, it helped a lot.

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    Hi Cody, 

    Can you tell me a few things about your setup? 

    1. What operation system & version are you using? 
    2. What version of Premiere Pro? 
    3. What frame rate is the video from your C200? 
    4. Is this a new problem; have you previously been able to use C200 media successfully? 

    C200 media is playing fine on my computer so it would be good to get some more info from you. 

    Regards,

    Fergus

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    Hi Cody, thanks for the report, I've moved it from Audio to Formats to the correct people will see it.

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    @ Kitch Membery,
    I'm unable to replicate this issue on my end using Premiere 22.2.0. I used the same setting as shown in the attached screen shot. What version of Premiere are you using?

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    For the first issue, it sounds like the NAS drive is being remapped on a computer restart. Audition will use absolute file paths when it can, and if a network drive is offline, or is assigned a new drive number, files will be seen as offline. Mapping the network drive to a dedicated drive letter might help avoid this.
    For the second issue, are these corrupted files MP3's, or some other compressed file?

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    Are you working on Network Attached Storage of some kind via Windows?

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    There are many reason this could happen. When Audition cannot find the location of the files on disk, so it shows them as offline. If you are using a NAS file storage, make sure you are logged in to the NAS correctly.
    If you are using an external drive, make sure that he drive name letter or drive name hasn't changed. Or a whole bunch of other reasons, but these two are common.

    You can find out the location where Audition thinks the files are and from there you can find them on disk and relink them. Open "Windows>Properties..." panel, then in the multitrack, deselect any clips, then select the clip you want to link. This will populate the Properties panel with information for that clip. You can then expand the section labeled "Info (clip offline), and look at the sub-section Source File under File Path. This is where the file was when Audition last linked to that file.If you can post a picture of that panel I can try to inspect and help.

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