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    Kyle Kosaki commented  · 

    Hey Guys,

    I found the fix. When you look at the metadata in Premiere, it will say what kind of audio the video file is using, how much the bit rate is, and how many channels there are. You will need to specify this in the encoding preset you create in AME.

    As you can see in the screenshot of my clip's metadata, my clip has 4 mono channels with a 24-bit rate. Take this data and input it into the encoding preset settings.

    Then you know the drill: create ingest preset, import into premiere, create proxies..
    Hope this works for you!

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