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You have a red line over your timeline... which would seem to indicate that your project and video do not match
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John T Smith wrote:
You have a red line over your timeline...
The red line is because it is 1080p fotage in a 720p comp... which does appear to be "reason" ...
I have seen this in the past.
Can you extend the audio part?
What does it look like in the Source Monitor where you can see the in and out points?
This is typically a result of the audio track being a tiny bit longer than the video track--less than the duration of a frame. Keep in mind that audio and video use different bases for time: video uses frames, typically 24-60/second, whereas audio uses samples, most commonly 44,100 or 48,000 per second. When the end of an audio stream falls between frame boundarie--and the Timeline is working in frames--Premiere Pro trims the audio to the nearest complete frame. As a result, the End of Clip indicator is not displayed.
If you switch the Timeline to Show Audio Time Units (through the panel's flyout menu), then you can trim the track item out to the very end of the clip