Hello There, thank you for viewing my question! I'm very frustrated, as I have used Premiere for barely 2 months now, so I'm still learning, but I can edit enough! I usually don't have this type of problem.
Here are the specific steps:
1. Recorded game in AVI Format (Extremely large!) w/ Dxtory
2. Launched Adobe Premiere, created project, and seqence with all of the right settings.
3. Imported 1 video
4. Draged it into the timeline
5. Pressed spacebar or play
6. Audio not there
7. Deleted the project, created new one
8. Did Process again
9. Still no audio
10. Delete project, look at footage with windows media player.
11. There is audio recorded!
12. Restart Computer
13. Do process again
14. Still no audio
15. Import other footage not from game, which is a smaller file, audio does work
16. Decide to post something on forum with a hope that someone who is nice will answer me.
Thanks in advance for the help!
Yes, thank you. How was your day?
*After long conversation*
By the way, did you find a solution to the audio?
That's rude, let's talk more!
Thanks for looking at my post!
Did you find a solution though?
I've never done what you're doing.
I know nothing about Dxtory.
A good start would be specific information regarding your version
of Premiere, your system specs / operating system and information
about the problem media... codec / frame rate / audio specs, etc.
Media Inspector for mac
I'm very frustrated, as I have used Premiere for barely 2 months now, so I'm still learning...
FAQ: How do I learn Premiere Pro?
Adobe Premiere Pro Help and tutorials
Editing video in Premiere Pro for the first time? This project is for you.
Premiere Pro Reference
(.pdf (almost)7 MB download)
FAQ: What information should I provide
when asking a question on this forum?
Go back to http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere
Look at the entry line under Ask a Question
Into that line
You may now read all the previous discussions of your search word... be sure to click the See More Results at the bottom of the initial, short list if the initial list does not answer your question
I have Adobe Premiere CC,
Intel Quad-Core i5 Latest Gen
8 GB RAm
MSI GeForce GTX 760 twin Frozer
I think that would be good enough right?
I do tons of editing, this is one of my first videos of gaming with Premiere, usually actually editing.
Dxtory Recording settings:
60fps, AVI output. Giant File!
1280*800 ? Weirdest Size, but it's what I recorded in, and it's fine.
Audio in Dxtory:
PCM 48000 Hz, 16 bit Stereo windows Audio
PCM 48000 Hz, 16 bit Stereo Blue Yeti Mic
There they are!
Anyways, I'm not sure why it doesn't work in premiere. It works when I watch it just like that. But I wan't to edit!
It doesn't work in premiere,
*Whisper* But it works fine in my least favorite editor: Sony Vegas!*Whisper*
So yeah thanks!