I even converted the avchd into another format - then relinked it and still: there is no audio. As if Premiere erases it on the way. Any other suggestions?
I have the same issue but slightly different. Using Premiere CC. I Imported .mts removed the audio and linked .wav files to the video from an interview. I did this cause I mic'd the audio with a seperate computer as my video camera mic isn't so hot. It's worked fine over and over again. Once the files were edited and placed into the sequence all should be good after all they are just audio files.... WRONG!
I opened my file up after a 3 day break only to find that all of the linked audio from the interview was gone from my sequence. Now that wouldn't be that bad of a thing except the fact that it was like 8 hours worth of work... I checked the file browser and everything was still there. BUt on my main sequence all of the interview materal was simply gone as if it had been deleted off the timeline.... there were even two empty audio tracks left with nothing on them???
I'm sorry but I just have to say after the "premiere can't recognize a filter bug in CS6" and now this bug it makes me want to just switch to Final CUt... how many times am I going to have to start over because of a bug in premiere... I mean 3 months from now is adobe going to release another version of premiere that doesn't glitch and you have to pay per month again to use like CC... Sorry I can't have 8 hour bugs every other month on my video editing software..
Did you ever get your problem solved? I'm having a similar problem.
Please try to make another folder on the same location where the clips are and then move those clips in that new folder and then try to relink those files. Make sure that the new folder is on the same location where the files are. Please update if it helps.
Hi, I'm having the same problem on Premiere CC. Happened all of a sudden and as far as I know I have not altered my workflow.
I'm working with files imported from AE, they are .mov files and the icon shows that it was imported with the audio file, it also plays just fine in the source monitor. When I try and import into the timeline it comes without the audio. Within this same project I'm working with .mp4 and .mts files. This is usual for these projects. What is going on? I tried the above suggestion, Vinay...it did not help.
Friends, the V1 and A1 indicator tabs to the left of the timeline, make sure both are highlighted. If A1 is greyed out that means no audio will import into the timeline. I'm not sure how that got unhighlighted on my end, but I'm now experiencing no problems.
I am having this same issue. I have video files (.mts) in my Bin that were previously working, and still play audio in source monitor, but "strips" audio from it when I drag to time line. I've removed them from Bin and re-imported but get the same result..
OS X Yosemite
I had a similar problem. When I added another clip on the back of a clip in the Workspaces panel, the new clip didn't have any audio.
I solved my problem by only selecting the two (or more) clips together in the Project panel and moving them into the Workspaces panel. This way both clips had audio.
Hope this helps.
I had the same issue. I've tried updating my system, updating quicktime even cleaning my media cash but the only thing that really worked was moving the files to another folder.