I'm having some major headaches with Premiere ditching audio. Here's a typical scenario:
Using the media browser, I import a video clip and drag it on to the timeline.
I have my 'Ingest' settings set to create a proxy file at lower resolution using AME.
The video clip imports, the audio is fine and everything is cool.... for a while.
Next, I begin moving the clip around the timeline and low and behold - the audio track is now devoid
of the waveform and is just empty. Here's a screen shot.
Sometimes I'm able to get the audio back if I close the project, shut down Premiere and then re-open. Other times that doesn't work at all.
Does anyone know why this is happening and how to get around the problem? Am I just doing something stupid in the way I import clips?
I also have the same issue even if I don't use Proxies.
Thanks in advance.
Check the Audio Hardware in the Preferences if it is set correctly; post screenshot.
Just checking: settings are ok.