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    Chris Shreve commented  · 

    I had a slightly different issue but my search for an answer brought me here so I'll drop my issue and solution hack in case it helps anyone else. Premiere Pro Version 14.7.0

    PROBLEM:
    The issue happens when I create multicam or nested sequences with multiple clips inside the nest. If I edit the multicam sequence into my master sequence, sometimes clip audio will not play after the playhead passes over a cut. It seems random but when it decides to not play audio for a clip, it always happens on that clip but ONLY when playing continuously from the clip prior. i.e. if I have clips A and B, when I play from the beginning of clip A, once it gets to clip B the audio from that clip is silent. But if I position the playhead over clip B and play, the audio plays just fine.

    As far as I can tell, this only happens when using nested/multicammed sequences with multiple clips in them.

    SOLUTION(ish):
    The only solution I've found, which is absolutely a hack and should not be the final solution Adobe accepts, is to export the entirety of the audio within the nest as a single .wav file and drop it back in place of the source audio. By removing the multiple audio clips within the nest and replacing it with a single file it seems so solve it. BUT this is sometimes only good for the initial cuts and I have to go back after picture lock and go clip by clip to replace the nested audio with source audio.

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