First, please answer this: how are you previewing in After Effects? What keys do you hit, or what buttond do you click?
You need to know that AE does NOT work like a video editing application: the space bar is pretty much useless. AE has its own ways of doing things, and you have to learn them.
0 on my numrpad i know how to ram preview i am familiar with AAE i have been using it for 4 years and the problem is that aae isnt reading any kind of sound in my clips
We have apparently eliminated operotor error, a common cause of such things. Now onto other things....
There's a good chance it could be your footage: many video endoding schemes embed the audio vight into the video. Since AE needs distinct audio tracks they may not be there. You can transcode the clips to a lossless codec with an audio channel: I like Quicktime Movies in the PNG codec for this. Run a test tand see if it helps.
Well the thing is i never had a problem with this audio thing till 3 days ago i have edited many videos with after affects and the audio was fine till 3 days ago i tried editing again and the same clips i used before even dont have audio anymore.?
Well, then it's time to put on our thinking caps: what may have chanaged on our computer in the the last three days?
Considering we're taliking about After Effects, any small and seemingly-unrelated change could be significant.
Nothing no updates no nothing only the fact that i was running trial version then i bought the program and i think that is when it started.!
When you installed the full version, DId it install "Over" the existing one, or is it seen as a new installation (Sorry, I have never re-installed AE, so I am not sure of the way it works) - but coming from an IT background, sometimes installing a bought version, will overwrite all user settings that were set up in the trial.
In other words, recheck all the program user properties and audio check boxes to make sure the re-installation did not reset something to "off".
There are a few Audio discussions going around today, check the forum and give them a quick read to get a reminder of where all the possible Adio "on/off" switches are hidden.
Hope that helps