I'm using CS6 on a trial.
I have a few audio clips which have a denoise effect applied, which seems to work REALLY well. When played back in the timeline I can't hear any audio noise.
When I export the video (as a 1920x1080 ProRes, uncompressed audio) however, it's like the audio effect was never applied. The noise is just as bad as it was before, despite the fact that the corresponding spot in the unexported timeline sounds great.
Anyone know what might be going on?
Anyone with possible input? I think this question got buried pretty quickly.
I've tried searching around for the answer, and maybe i'm using the wrong keywords, but can't find anything on this issue.
To put it short. I have an audio effect applied to a .wav clip in my timeline. The denoiser makes the clip sound really nice, no noise or anything. But when I export to a ProRes 1920x1080 uncompressed audio the noise is still present despite the fact that it is inaudible in the program timeline.
Any suggestiond appreciated. Thanks!
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Im using a macbook pro with the latest os and updates installed.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
source footage is 1920x1080 24p prores.
Audio is 48 kHz 16 bit
The problem only occurs in the exported file, not within premiere itself