Hi Stan. There is an empty, active audio track in the timeline, but it has no content. When I DL a non-nested sequence, everything is fine, but with a nested sequence I'm thinking there's some other "thing" I have to do to get the audio.
I assume CS6; true?
How do you know it is empty? Is it just that it is silent?
I did a very short test (6 second of bars and tones, nested that sequence in PR, DL from EN to that sequence). It played on the first 2 seconds. I played the sequence in PR, then it played all of it in EN.
Encore conforms audio, and I wonder if there is something going on with that. I did the process over with new nest, and waited for about one minute. Played all the way through. My other theory was that rendering the new nest in PR would help, but that did not appear necessary.
CS6, yes. I can tell the audio track is empty because there is no icon in the audio track. Also, when I check the progress window, no conformation is taking place.
I've tried two different ways to create a timeline for the DL sequence:
1. I created a new, untitled timeline and dragged the DL sequence into it -- the video icon filled the video track, but the audio track remained empty.
2. I right-clicked on the DL sequence and selected "new timeline." Same result.
Does not sound "normal." I did not see conforming in the progress panel. But I had an audio track as soon as the timeline was added, even if it did not play fully.
What kind of audio in PR? Source, sequence, nested sequence?
Another way to sort this out is to export a 10 second bit from the PR nested sequence as MPEG2-DVD. This will produce m2v and wav files. Does the wav import to Encore okay?