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    Michael Kurz commented  · 

    Now the waveform for an active/enabled sound layer isn't even showing. Certainly buggy behavior.

    If it helps, my audio file is a .wav file, 48kHz / 24 bit U / Mono / 52.4 mb / < 7 minutes.

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    Michael Kurz commented  · 

    Thanks Jan! I have this issue too. It would be great to see more than one audio waveform at a time but not have to hear both audios.

    AE is buggy about waveform behavior. With two or more audio clips in a composition, both can show waveforms when I use the "L" "L" keyboard shortcut and when both are enabled by the megaphone icon switch. When I disable one of those layers by unclicking the megaphone icon, it sometimes keeps showing for a preview then disappears. Other times it immediately disappears.

    Example of why this is a needed feature: I've animated to a voiceover, then client changes the voice over and I have to see visually where they've edited the new voice over by comparing the two tracks' audio waveform. I'm sure there are other reasons why this feature is important.

    Thanks so much!

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    Michael Kurz commented  · 

    I don't need it in both software. When did it become available in Premiere?

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