I imported video clips into a project, and started putting my video together in the timeline.
I noticed that the audio just cuts out on some of the clips...both in the timeline, and in the clip preview.
The files are AVCHD video. I chose a project setting under the AVCHD folder that seemed close to what my clips are (as far as frame rate & frame size).
I just updated my QuickTime player, but that did not help.
I am using Premiere Elements 11, on a Windows 7 PC. The project and all the clips are saved in a folder on my desktop that I am working off of. I played the videos from the folder in Windows Media Player, and the audio is there.
Please give me suggestions! Thanks!
One of the main causes for missing, or truncated Audio is a failure to allow Conforming of the Audio to complete. This Tips & Tricks article goes into much more detail: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/726693?tstart=60
I would close PrE, then navigate to the Media Cache (the location can be set in Edit>Preferences>Scratch Disks, but is within the Project's folder hierarchy by default), and Delete all the CFA and PEK files for that Project. Then, launch PrE, and Open that Project. The Conforming will be done again. Be very patient, and do not touch PrE, until Conforming has completed 100%.
Does the Audio now appear?
Thanks so much! That did it!
Great news, and thanks for reporting your success!
Good luck, and happy editing,