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Does not export slowed down audio

Dec 8, 2012 6:57 AM

Tags: #audio #sequence #export #mpeg #mobile_phone

Hi, I'm working with CS 5.5 and old small mobile phone videos, joining them together into a big one.
I had couple of videos unlinked from the audio and then audio trimmed shorter but slowed down to 15% in Premiere with speed/duration
the problem with that seems to be that when I'm exporting a video to any format with audio the slowed down parts do not export - there is silence instead and everything is great with other parts.

Also, if I'm trying to nest that particular audio, sound wave dissapears and audio mutes/dissapears.

 

Video files:

Type: MPEG Movie

File Size: 2.3 MB

Image Size: 352 x 288

Frame Rate: 5.30

Source Audio Format: 8000 Hz - compressed - Mono

Project Audio Format: 8000 Hz - 32 bit floating point - Mono

Total Duration: 00;01;35;00

Average Data Rate: 24 KB / second

Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.0

 

Sequence properties:

Sequence 01

352 x 288

00;19;59;06, 15.00 fps

48000 Hz - Stereo

 

(P.S.: unfortunately I don't have either soundbooth or audition installed. I have other external editors like Goldwave, but can't find a way to edit with them if that would help)


any help would be appreciated, thanks

 
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    Mar 8, 2013 4:32 PM   in reply to PornoPablo

    seeing the same thing. I  have one audio clip I use at  10%, 15% and 20%. All playback in Premiere correctly. Cannot get the 10% audio clip to play outside Premiere. Added timeline to Encore - same result, missing the 10% version.

    Thoughts anyone?

     
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    Mar 9, 2013 9:29 AM   in reply to phalanx314

    Do the slow down in Audition, or some other audio application like Audacity.

     
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