When i'm importing audio(wave) & videofiles (mp4) in Premiere Pro CS6, the files appear much shorter than they originally are.
For example: My audiofile is 5seconds long, but when i import it i can only see/hear about a half second of it.
How can i fix this?
thanks for the answer. The Audio doesn't really confirm (it's only 2 seconds long, maybe i can't see the progress because it's to fast), i tried longer audiotracks, and they seem to work perfectly.
No, the WAV file doesn't show a flatline at the point of truncation.
Thank you very much Hunt, i'll simply stretch my shorter audiosamples, to avoid this problem.
With such a short WAV file, the Conforming process, even if one only has a moderately fast system, is probably done so quickly, that one never sees the progress bar - it just never has time to display, and probably did complete 100%. It sounds like you did get the full PEK file (Audio Waveform Display), which is part of the Conforming process.
Not sure what is happening in your case, and I think that we can safely rule out the Conforming process. Thanks for the info.
Wish that I had some other thoughts, but maybe others will.