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Thanks for replying. Before seeing your reply, I did the following:
- I started a completely new project, suspecting that the old project was corrupted... which it was. I couldn't hear anything!
- I then discovered that it was best to leave the recording panel open. slide the volume slider to the left and uncheck mute audio (obvious bad code)) and experienced the weird stopping without me hitting the stop button at all.
- Then after receiving your reply, I did finally read Adobes Creating Narration document which explained how the recording and playback protocol was designed to be used.
Frankly, I prefer controlling my own Stop recording button. Any other way is frankly weird and personally frustrating. Finally, after using Adobe Premier Narration based how it was designed to be used my productivity greatly improved and I was able to get through to the end of project by recording a few sentences at a time, and my creating my project narration as a series of short clips . .
Thanks again for responding. I am now able to proceed with my project without so much frustration and not as much anger.
Great news. Well done.
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